The city of Atlanta is seeking the public’s input on an infrastructure bond and will host a series of public engagement meetings this summer. Today, the city faces an infrastructure backlog of more than $900 million.
The infrastructure bond, at no cost to the taxpayers, in 2015 is expected to: fix streets, bridges, roads, sidewalks, street lights, traffic signals and signs and repair fire stations, police stations and recreation centers.
The meetings, each held from 6 to 8 p.m., will take place at the following dates and locations:
o June 25: Atlanta Metro State College, 1630 Metropolitan Pkwy.
o June 26: Peachtree Hills Recreation Center, 308 Peachtree Hills Ave.
o June 30: Adamsville Recreation Center, 3201 MLK Jr Drive
o July 1: John Birdine Recreation Center, 215 Lakewood Way
o July 8: Atlanta City Hall (old council chambers), 68 Mitchell St.
o July 15: Drew Charter School, 301 East Lake Blvd.
o July 16: Meals on Wheels Northside Activity Center, 1705 Commerce Drive
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