“Development without displacement.”
Until recently, one of the (many) jobs I held was that of a construction worker, specifically installing shelves in libraries. It was not a very fun or rewarding job (as you can imagine) but it did give me the opportunity to see a lot of different areas in the Atlanta region, from up in Alpharetta […]Read more "“Building for the Future,” One Library At A Time"
Big days, indeed.Read more "Big Days And A Dark Age Ahead"
In an attempt to market to Millennials, MARTA’s on Instagram. To find out if it’s working, I sat down with MARTA’s marketing team and the photographer shooting-and living-their marketing campaign.Read more "The Man Behind MARTA’s Lens"
Recap the week in MARTA news.Read more "MARTA’s Big Week"
Could Emory’s WaterHub give some hope to the Drought-stricken Southwest?Read more "At Emory, A Cure For California’s Water Crisis?"
State transportation funding is a long wait for a train don’t come.Read more "HB 170, Georgia Legislature’s Lackluster Response to Looming Infrastructure Crisis"
The City of Atlanta is set to vote on two new infrastructure bond referendums, together totaling $252 million, on March 17th. The referendums, one for $187.9 million and the other $64.1 million, are only part of the estimated $900 million in infrastructure improvements that the Office of The Mayor has deemed necessary. The former of […]Read more "Atlanta, John Oliver, & Improving Infrastructure"