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Oct. 14

October 14, 2011 --

ATL mayor wants new direction at Housing Authority Task Force for the Homeless sues Emory University Augusta investigating fire dep’t for porn use, vehicle misuse Outrage on the Ogeechee Prosecutors pull DUI plea deal for Clayton Co. commissioner 11 ATL educators sanctioned Cobb EMC board already seeing a changing of the guard

Sept. 5

September 5, 2011 --

Task Force for the Homeless in mediation with ATL, others Delta at center of FAA debate

April 14

April 14, 2010 --

Did 911 put Lithonia woman on hold while house burned? Per diem a costly expense for General Assembly Lewd photos bill would block police dashboard cams, 911 calls DeKalb school closing task force loses credibility Hospital’s ex-CEO pleads not guilty $1.5M awarded for lost thumb after court lifts med-mal caps Hall County residents file ethics […]

How will ATL’s next mayor handle $1.2 billion pension shortfall?

August 17, 2009 --

Atlanta’s public pension funds are $1.2 billion in the hole, largely the result of shortsighted decisions at City Hall over the last eight years. A new report calls, among other things, for slashing benefits for new employees. But those steps won’t help much with the funds’ current liabilities. Legally, the city cannot take back benefits that workers have already earned. Read how four candidates for mayor want to fix things.