Last year during Hurricane Irma Atlanta Motor Speedway opened its campgrounds free of charge to those forced to evacuate due to the devastating storm. A year later and the race track is repeating the gesture, once again opening up to take in evacuees fleeing from Hurricane Florence, set to smash into the Carolinas later this week. While it’s unlikely that we will see as many evacuees as last year, AMS continuing to open their doors to those escaping these deadly storms has its ship RISING…
There are more electric scooters than ever on city streets, and lawmakers are getting fed up. The City of Alpharetta recently banned e-scooters, and the City of Atlanta is considering legislation cracking down on them, and has directed police officers to more strictly enforce violations. The scooters certainly have their benefits, but without regulation they have become something of a public nuisance, not to mention a danger when ridden on sidewalks and busy streets. As legislators across the Atlanta Metro ponder their future, e-scooter companies are DRIFTING…
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