By Kevin Walsh
Most landlords are responsible and do a good job maintaining and repairing their properties. But what do you do if the landlord fails to abide by the terms of the lease to keep its property in good condition and repair?
by Kevin Walsh
Earlier this year Georgia Governor Nathan Deal signed S.B. 369, which is a landmark bill empowering the City of Atlanta to hold a fall ballot referendum to support a half-penny sales tax to expand the MARTA system. On June 6, 2016 the Atlanta City Council voted unanimously to include a menu of MARTA transit improvement projects that will appear on the November 8, 2016 ballot referendum. If approved by Atlanta voters, the half-penny sales tax levy could raise an estimated $2.5 billion over the next 40-years. Among the projects that could be built if the referendum passes is a light-rail line to connect areas of southwest Atlanta, a transit station at Greenbrier Mall, on-demand circulators that operate in neighborhoods, in-fill stations, additional fixed bus routes and other enhancements and expansion initiatives that would link to the Atlanta Beltline as well as MARTA’s existing bus and rail network.
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