Atlanta council approves evaluation of school prop...
by Neighbor Staff
06:02 PM, Wednesday, March 04
The Atlanta City Council Wednesday announced it approved at its meeting Monday by a 14-0 vote legislation asking for an evaluation of all properties city-deeded to Atlanta Public Schools and to determine the feasibility of repurposing properties f...

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