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The City Utilities Committee is responsible for the Departments of Watershed Management and Public Works (liquid waste and solid waste). This committee continues to make major policy decisions on wastewater and drinking water as a result of the Consent Decree and First Amended Consent Decree entered into 1998 and 1999, respectively, and storm water runoff. The committee also handles routine legislation such as abandoning and renaming of streets, water bill adjustments, sewer construction and connections, rights-of-way acquisitions, tie-back support systems, encroachment agreements, railroad crossing agreements, franchise agreements, street resurfacing and paving, sidewalk/curb construction and repair and other departmental needs. The committee also makes recommendations on the nominees to be the Commissioner of the Departments of Public Works and Watershed Management, as well as to the city’s representative on the board of People TV, Keep Atlanta Beautiful and on the Water and Sewer
CITY UTILITIES COMMITTEE Tuesday, May 29, 2018
The City Utilities Committee of the Atlanta City Council will hold a Public Hearing at City Hall, 55 Trinity Avenue, S.W., 2nd Floor, Committee Room #1, on the following proposed legislation:
18-O-1241 – AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER MICHAEL JULIAN BOND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE, TO ABANDON AN UNUSED TRAFFIC CIRCLE CONNECTED TO FERST DRIVE CONSISTING OF APPROXIMATELY 0.217 ACRES AND BEING MORE SPECIFICALLY DESCRIBED IN THE ATACHED EXHIBIT “A”, LYING AND BEING IN LAND LOTS 80 AND 81 OF THE 14TH DISTRICT OF FULTON COUNTY, GEORGIA TO THE GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.
A copy of the proposed Ordinance is on file in the Office of the Municipal Clerk of the City of Atlanta for the purpose of examination and inspection of the public.