Atlanta City Council allocates $1.5 million for relocation of Forest Cove residents – Reporter Newspapers & Atlanta Intown

Enviro & Legislation

Mayor Andre Dickens signs legislation introduced by Councilmember Jason Winston to help relocate residents of the condemned Forest Cove apartment complex in southeast Atlanta. After approval by the Atlanta City Council at Monday’s meeting, Mayor Andre Dickens signed legislation to allocate the first $1.5 million of a planned $9.1 million investment to support the relocation…

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