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We have a voice…and it’s being heard!

http://www.ajc.com/metro/content/metro/atlanta/stories/2008/08/18/fire_station_7.html Atlanta council defies mayor, votes to reopen Fire Station 7 By ERIC STIRGUS, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution – Monday, August 18, 2008     RELATED: • PDF: Mayor Shirley Franklin’s position The Atlanta City Council voted Monday to shift $1.1 million in the budget to reopen what was the city’s oldest fire station, despite Mayor Shirley […]

Rally To Save No 7 Monday

I’ll be out of town but I’m sure you guys will rumble for me 🙂 As per the WEND president: The Mayor confirms the closing of fire station No. 7 Monday at 2pm. Rally at the station 11:30-12:30 Major press event.  Be there if at all possible. We have just begun to fight.   Carl […]

Atlanta and the Urban Future

Politics Atlanta and the Urban Future   By ROB GURWITT, GOVERNING MAGAZINE – July 2008   A major American city has undergone big demographic changes overnight. Will others follow? There is going to be a hard-fought campaign for mayor of Atlanta next year, and to understand it better, you might pay a visit to the […]

Philly Offers Mediation Foreclosure Program

A pilot program that will be rolled out soon in Philadelphia as part of Mayor Michael Nutter’s plan to curtail foreclosures will mandate that home owners and lenders engage in mediation. According to County Judge Annette Rizzo, “It will give people an opportunity to be heard, and give them the opportunity to stay in their […]