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relationships across the City, across racial and economic and party lines.She will bring a new day to City Hall that would mark the end of the same big business-big developer alliance that has coopted the last several Mayoral regimes.You know, and after taking the side of low-income people, homeless people, the downtrodden, the causes of social justice for so long in the polarized political climate of Atlanta, Georgia, if an elected official hasn’t pissed off at least a few people, then that would really be cause for concern.When considering the balance of all factors, we are pleased to endorse Sen.Fort, because, even if he has not been the most consistently accessible candidate to Atlanta Progressive News over the years, we know that Sen.Fort would create and lead one of the most progressive administrations in the history of the City of Atlanta.
S, and put them into action; and most likely to include progressive activists in decisionmaking.He understands that democratic participation is central to progressive public policy, and believes that public comment is not the problem, but part of the solution.Because the other fourteen Councilmembers have supported time limits in one way or another, we see no reason to endorse them at this time. If our two minutes is up, then maybe your’all’s four years is up. Bond introduced an ordinance to take city surplus property and, where feasible, sell parcels for a dollar to nonprofit developers for use as affordable housing intended to serve households earning 0 to 30 percent of the Area Median Income.(APN) ATLANTA — The Board of Directors of Atlanta Progressive News has issued a first round of endorsements in the 2017 City of Atlanta races for Mayor of Atlanta, and the Post 1-at-large Council seat.For Mayor of Atlanta, APN endorses former State Sen.