On Sunday, Felicia A. Moore - Atlanta City Council President served as an honorary leader for the annual Atlanta AIDS Walk and 5K. The number of people living with HIV in Atlanta in 2015 was 32,818. Atlanta ranks 3rd in the nation and Georgia 5th in new HIV infections. Every dollar raised from the walk stays in metro Atlanta to provide services to those affected/infected by HIV/AIDS. This includes education, prevention, nutrition, housing, testing, and providing primary medical care and other supportive services to those who are most vulnerable in our community.
The Atlanta City Council has posted web links to legislation related to the Gulch Project online. Today, the administration delivered to Council the newly negotiated terms with the CIM Group to redevelop the underdeveloped 40-acre Gulch property in downtown Atlanta. To view the substitute legislative items, click on the following links: 1.Letter from Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms to Council President Felicia Moore and Members of the Atlanta City Council: https://aimewebapp.blob.core.windows.net/sitefiles/Letter%20from%20Mayor%20Keisha%20Lance%20Bottoms%20to%20Accompany%2010.23.18%20Gulch%20Amendments.pdf 2.Gulch Enterprise Zone Approval Documentation: https://aimewebapp.blob.core.windows.net/sitefiles/EZ%20Bond%20Ordinance.pdf 3.Amendments to Existing Westside Tax Allocation District (TAD) Bond Document Amendments: https://aimewebapp.blob.core.windows.net/sitefiles/Wells%20TAD%20Amendment%20Ordinance.pdf 4.Gulch Area TAD Documents: https://aimewebapp.blob.core.windows.net/sitefiles/TAD%20Bond%20Ordinance.pdf
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