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  • Money, transparency questions linger over Braves’ move

    February 26, 2014 --

    Feb. 26, 2014 — As Cobb County proceeds with plans to subsidize a $672 million stadium for the Atlanta Braves, questions continue to surface about the transparency of county leaders’ deliberations and the accuracy of the projected public benefit and cost to taxpayers. Here’s what I’ve written on the subject recently for Atlanta Magazine’s Daily Agenda:

    Money, transparency questions linger over Braves’ move

    February 26, 2014 --

    As Cobb County proceeds with plans to subsidize a $672 million stadium for the Atlanta Braves, questions continue to surface about the transparency of county leaders’ deliberations and the accuracy of the projected public benefit and cost to taxpayers. Here’s what I’ve written on the subject recently in  for Atlanta Magazine’s Daily Agenda:

    Proposed law could cloud spending details on Braves, Falcons stadiums
    What Cobb businesses might be taxed to help cover Braves stadium costs?

    Did Cobb commissioners’ briefings on Braves violate Open Meetings Act?

    Braves may seek even more millions in public assistance

    Who knew about Tim Lee’s ties to turf company before Braves deal?

    Rookie rep eats crow for sex offender bill

    Rookie rep eats crow for sex offender bill
    February 24, 2014 --

    Feb. 24, 2014 — All eyes at the Capitol fell on Rep. Sam Moore today as he tried to explain his bill to allow sex offenders to hang out next to elementary schools and day-care centers.