Atlanta City Council recess starts Monday
by Staff Reports
06:41 PM, Friday, August 01
In accordance with city of Atlanta charter section 2-303(a), the Atlanta City Council will recess starting Monday and ending Aug. 18. The next full council meeting following the recess will take place Aug. 18 at 1 p.m. in the council chamber, Atla...

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