SHOULD WE SPEND TAXPAYER MONEY ON PROFESSIONAL SPORTS?
WHAT WE NEED RIGHT NOW
Plans were recently announced to commit $142 million in taxpayer funds to renovate Philips Arena in a 30- year deal with the Atlanta Hawks. During this election season, I think voters should hear from candidates...
UNDERWATER WITH YOUR MORTGAGE? HERE'S HELP.
Fundraising has been a challenge this month while people have been waiting to see how the election turned out. Well, now we know. And you can turn the disappointment into a new opportunity to engage...
CATHY FOR ATLANTA (PRIDE EDITION) 2016
Keeping families in the homes they own is one piece of the affordable housing solution. Metro Atlanta has been hit particularly hard during the latest housing bubble and many families are still struggling to hang on. Please share if you know someone that might benefit from knowing more about this important mortgage assistance program.
OCTOBER: PUBLIC SAFETY, FAMILY FUN AND MORE!
Sure, we're a little biased. But we know a big crowd when we see one, and this weekend was YUUUUUUGE (okay, we promise not to reference that guy much more). Check out just a few of our pictures from the Atlanta Pride Parade over the weekend.
THERE IS STILL TIME TO GET THE ATLANTA BELTLINE RIGHT
Here's the latest from Cathy Woolard, including: What will become of Turner Field? How can we be smarter about neighborhood policing? And just how much fun can we have during Atlanta Pride?
VICTORY FUND PRAISES CATHY'S LEADERSHIP
Two key leaders just resigned over a lack of housing choices along the Atlanta BeltLine. Cathy believes there is still time for us to get it right if we work together.
CATHY WOOLARD AND THE ATLANTA BELTLINE FEATURED IN THE NEW YORK TIMES
Cathy became the BeltLine’s chief advocate knowing it would lead to new jobs, more affordable housing, healthier residents and a more prosperous city, and residents are already seeing those benefits.
MAKING THE ATLANTA BELTLINE WORK FOR EVERYONE
The New York Times wrote about our Atlanta BeltLine, and featured Cathy Woolard as the elected official who helped take it from an idea to reality. The next Mayor will be instrumental in making sure the BeltLine stays true to the original vision...
As president of the Atlanta City Council, Cathy Woolard helped make the Atlanta BeltLine a reality. Now, she wants to make sure it stays true to the original vision...