Coming up with enough money to pay for the state budget figures to be the key theme of the 2020 legislative session, and as it began yesterday state officials were greeted with some good news. State tax collections in December were up 3 percent from 2018, a welcome turnaround after year-over-year dips in October and November. Legislators will still need to find ways to cut spending or provide alternative revenue streams, but another economic up-tick in December has the state RISING…
Atlanta had a whopping THREE fires start under I-85 bridges over the past week, causing major traffic delays and sparking fears that we could see another bridge collapse similar to the infamous 2017 incident. The fires were thought to spring from homeless encampments in the areas, a rapidly growing issue within the city. Hard to sweep the homelessness issue under the rug when it is quite literally catching the city on fire – SINKING…
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