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Airport expansion
AJC reporter Kelly Yamanouchi gives us a look at the $6 billion Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport expansion.
First hearing for $8 billion MARTA expansion plan
The proposal has a long road ahead.
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5 things to know about Metro Atlanta transit expansion
5 things to know about Metro Atlanta transit expansion 1. Georgia lawmakers are discussing ways to boost public transit funding as Atlanta competes for Amazon's HQ2. 2. In Clayton County, MARTA has expanded bus service and is negotiating for right-of-way with an eye to adding rail. 3. By the end of 2018, there will be more than 50 new miles of express toll lanes in metro Atlanta. 4. The Cobb/Cherokee Northwest Corridor project will feature 30 miles of reversible lanes, with 39 new bridges. 5. Georgia spe
When a section of I-85 melted right before our very eyes recently, plenty of people said it was, “like a scene right out of a movie.” Here’s what I’d call it: “Towering Inferno: The Rise of MARTA,” That's because the transit agency is straight killing it at the box office right now. Their ridership is up 25 percent since the disaster. Many of the 255 thousand commuters who usually drive that stretch of I-85 are packing onto MARTA buses and trains. There's so many, in fact, that 10 of MARTA’s parking lots have been sold out on weekdays. Even Gwinnett County, which rejected MARTA in favor of its own transit system, is making a rare cameo appearance at two MARTA stations. They're re-routing some transit buses so Gwinnett riders can board directly at the Doraville and Chamblee MARTA stations. State transportation officials estimate I-85 won’t reopen until mid-June. So, since MARTA will be center stage for months, now is the time to talk seriously about making it better, about spending the money and political capital to make it the kind of system this region deserves. A system that more riders will want to use once this latest crisis is over, and before another crisis hits. For that to happen, the state needs to get in on the act. Did you know that the State of Georgia doesn’t contribute a dime to help operate transit systems like MARTA? That’s sad and shortsighted. Studies show that every dollar spent on transit generates four dollars in economic returns. Full disclosure here: I was the agency’s spokesman for nearly eight years. Before that, I covered MARTA as a journalist and I was one of its harshest critics. As we learned last week, MARTA has a lot of work to do to make people safer, and to make them feel safer. And I get it; most people in metro Atlanta prefer to drive and that may never ever change. But every single day, MARTA is an invaluable asset for thousands of people who don’t own a car -- or can’t drive. On top of that, MARTA keeps tens of thousands of cars off the road, which relieves traffic for those of us who do drive. House lawmakers just approved a resolution creating a new Commission on Transit Governance and Funding, acknowledging the need for regional transportation solutions to keep our economy moving. And right on cue, the I-85 disaster underlined that need. It’s a matter of priorities. Several years ago, Governor Nathan Deal signed a bill that committed 10 billion dollars for our roads over the next 10 years, and that’s a good thing. But now is the time for the Governor and the state legislature to focus on making MARTA a world-class complement to our roads, and to our airport. Over the next two months, when you find yourself sitting in traffic – or trying to find a parking space at a MARTA lot – think about what you’d say to the Governor and our state lawmakers to convince them that better transit is important to our future. Then call or write – and demand it. Here is contact information for the Governor, for the Lt. Governor and Speaker of the House. But you don’t have to wait for the politicians to do the right thing. If you want to get directly involved in improving metro Atlanta’s biggest transit system, you should join the MARTA Army. These dedicated volunteers don’t work for the agency. But they’re on the front lines helping MARTA to do more and do better by its customers. You can find them online at MARTA Army dot org or on Twitter and Facebook. Not - this isn’t a movie, of course. But you too can play an starring role in ensuring a happy ending to metro Atlanta’s traffic horror show. I’m Lyle Harris and that’s my opinion. Like it, or not. **Note: The views represented in this segment are those of Lyle Harris, and are not necessarily those of FOX 5 Atlanta or its employees.
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http://www.better-gwinnett.org/ CITIZENS FOR A BETTER GWINNETT, Inc. is a Georgia 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation organized for the purpose of promoting civic betterment and improving the quality of life for the residents of Gwinnett County, Georgia. Work with residents, business owners, government officials, and various organizations to identify and address important civic and social issues negatively affecting the residents of the County. 1. Communicate its activities and points of view to its members, the community-at-large and other individuals who need to take action to advance the Association's purpose 2. Organize and/or participate in community and educational activities designed to advance the Association's purpose
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MARTA CEO: 'We simply don't go enough places'
The collapse of a portion of Interstate 85 in March put a spotlight on the big transportation gaps in metro Atlanta.
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GBC News Story:  Airport Update
GBC News Story: Briscoe-Field airport in Gwinnett is now in the pre-application process. The Board of Commissioners approved an indepth study to examine privatizing the airport.
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MARTA to Expand to Surrounding Atlanta Cities
MARTA plans on beginning a 4 year expansion project that provides services to surrounding cities in Atlanta. Reporter Mikayla Newton speaks with assistant general manager Benjiman Limmer about the upcoming project. Reporter/Editor: Mikayla Newton Videographer: Sebastian Thomas
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Mixed feelings surround Ponce City Market's expansion
The development may soon grow.
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ONLY the TRUE Atlantan's ride MARTA
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Compressed natural gas
Compressed natural gas can be used in place of gasoline , Diesel fuel and propane/LPG. CNG combustion produces fewer undesirable gases than the fuels mentioned above. It is safer than other fuels in the event of a spill, because natural gas is lighter than air and disperses quickly when released. CNG may be found above oil deposits, or may be collected from landfills or wastewater treatment plants where it is known as biogas. This video targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Public domain image source in video
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What does Georgia's new transportation bill mean for you?
Get ready to ride on The ATL. That's the name of a new, umbrella organization that will govern all of metro Atlanta's transit, including MARTA, thanks to a bill passed in the final minutes of the 2018 General Assembly.
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MARTA Continues Community Outreach in Clayton County
Mass transit officials in Atlanta have expansion on their minds. MARTA wants to add high capacity lines to existing bus service in Clayton County. This could mean that trains from the airport might travel further south to the cities of Jonesboro, Morrow or Riverdale. Town halls seeking public input on future transit options are happening across the county, including a recent one at Clayton State University. “We’re at a point where we’ve identified the number one corridor that we want to pursue,” Don Williams, the Director of Long Range Planning at MARTA, told residents in attendance. “This is your opportunity to say well, you got it right or you got it wrong.” Local residents at this meeting seemed supportive of MARTA’s expansion plans. But they were slightly discouraged at the time it takes to get those trains rolling through their communities. “Speeding up looks like speeding up is not happening,” said Brenda Harrison, “based on the fact that there are processes that MARTA says they have to go through to get federal funding. And that takes years.” Harrison lives in Morrow and voted for the MARTA referendum in 2014. She believes more buses can help make Clayton more accessible while transportation leaders go through the slow process of securing money. “We need to add more routes that accommodate community centers,” Harrison said. “There is no bus line that connects the citizens of Clayton County to International Park, which is a total activities center.” MARTA officials welcomed the feedback they received from Harrison and others at the hearing. “I am very very happy with the response we got from the community group,” Williams said. “The questions were indeed what we are looking for. Because until we know what’s going on and what they’re thinking about, we want to make sure, in terms of our planning effort, that it has the support of the community.”
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MARTA Expansion
MARTA expansion over time
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GBC News: Protest Over Airport Proposal 6/25
Tempers flared at a protest last night opposing the expansion and privatization of Briscoe field in Lawrenceville. Supporters and opponents of the expansion were present at the protest and residents were able to voice their concerns and fears.
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Haunted MARTA Station! - Atlanta
Creepy stuff, Yo.
400 New Jobs Coming To Chattanooga
A Chattanooga company's expansion is bringing 400 new jobs to the area. Access America Transport (AAT) was founded in 2002. Right now, the logistics company employs 215 people in Chattanooga, but they plan to add 400 new jobs over the next five years. AAT says their average employee makes 2,000 a year.Leaders on hand for the announcement Monday morning included Commissioner Bill Hagerty with the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development, Hamilton County Mayor Jim Coppinger, Chattanooga Mayor Ron Littlefield and Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Ron Harr.Hagerty said that Access America's story is one that state leaders want to encourage and replicate."Tennessee is truly a global logistics powerhouse, and [Access leaders] have figured out how to harness that," he said.CHATTANOOGA CHAMBER NEWS RELEASETennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bill Hagerty along with Access America Transport officials today announced the company will expand its Chattanooga and Knoxville facilities and create 550 jobs during a five year period -- 450 additional jobs at the Chattanooga facility and 100 additional jobs at the Knoxville facility."I want to congratulate Access America Transport on the expansion of both its Tennessee facilities and the creation of more than 500 new jobs in the Chattanooga and Knoxville areas," Haslam said.  "One of our priorities is focusing on companies and businesses already located in Tennessee with the goal of becoming the No. 1 location in the Southeast for high quality jobs.""Access America Transport is a true Tennessee success story and a prime example of the prosperous entrepreneurial spirit we have in our state," Hagerty said.  "Celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, I congratulate the company on its continued growth.  We are proud to have Access America Transport as part of the Tennessee business community and look forward to working with them on future expansions." Access America Transport is a full service transportation company headquartered in Chattanooga, Tenn. Founded in 2002, the company handles all modes of transportation including truckload (van/flatbed/reefer), less-than-truckload, intermodal and specialized freight. Along with the company's Chattanooga and Knoxville facilities, Access America Transport has operations in Minnesota, Alabama, Georgia, Ohio, Texas and Colorado."While Access America Transport has a major presence in several cities across the country, we are proud of our roots in Tennessee and anticipate enormous growth in our Chattanooga and Knoxville offices over the next five years," Ted Alling, CEO, Access America Transport, said.  "By 2017, we expect that at least 500 additional East Tennesseans will join our unique company culture as we continue to work towards being the best employer in the country. We are a people company and most of our success to this point rests of the shoulders of the passionate people who represent Access America every day.""We applaud Access America for continuing to create family wage jobs in our community," Hamilton County Mayor Jim Coppinger said. "They are leading the way for many other entrepreneurs to make the most of Hamilton County's business assets." "Access America keeps proving Chattanooga is a great place for growing companies," Chattanooga City Mayor Ron Littlefield said. "These young business leaders are the first of many examples of how Chattanooga is drawing more and more young, talented people who are driving job creation.""The team at Access America exemplifies Chattanooga's entrepreneurial culture," Charles Wood, vice president of Economic Development, Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce, said. "They continue to strengthen our entrepreneurial environment, and we are working hard to support them in doing so.""The city of Knoxville welcomes the expansion of Access America, which is already providing solid jobs to the area and contributing to the local economy," Knoxville Mayor Madeline Rogero said. "This is a good sign that our economy is continuing to recover.  We eagerly anticipate these new job opportunities." "I want to thank Access America for deciding to expand its operations in the Knoxville Oak Ridge Innovation Valley," Doug Lawyer, vice president of Economic Development, Knoxville Chamber, said.  "This is yet another example of corporate services, an Innovation Valley target industry growth sector, making a smart decision to expand in our region."
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Military Highway and Northampton Boulevard intersection
VDOT is beginning construction on a new continuous flow intersection at Military Highway and Northampton Boulevard. When construction wraps up in May 2018, left-turning vehicles will be moved away from the main intersection into dedicated turn lanes, eliminating conflicts with opposing traffic. (Video courtesy of VDOT)
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MARTA to Clayton County Event March 14, 2015
To herald the launch of MARTA's bus service expansion into Clayton County, GA on March 21, 2015, the Authority hosted a Meet MARTA Day in Riverdale on Saturday, March 14th. The day began with a 14-vehicle MARTA motorcade starting at Forest Parkway and arriving at the Riverdale Town Centre. The motorcade included Mobility vans, MARTA buses, and Police cars and motorcycles. That was followed by speeches, a ribbon cutting ceremony, and a community meet and greet. Robert L. Ashe III, MARTA's Board Chair; Riverdale Mayor Evelyn Wynn-Dixon; Jeffrey E. Turner, Clayton County Commission Chairman; Congressman David Scott, Georgia's 13th Congressional District; and MARTA's GM/CEO, Keith T. Parker were the featured speakers. The first phase of bus service will include three (3) bus routes: 196, 55, and 15. Each of them connects to an existing transit station so that people can transfer to other bus routes or rail service. Additional bus routes are scheduled to be added in August and December 2015.
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North Gwinnett Middle
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Lunch Bunch -- Downwind Cafe, PDK Airport
Off to the side of the aviation building at PDK Airport in Atlanta is a quaint little restaurant overlooking the runway at the airport called The Downwind Cafe. Join us as we review this neat out of the way place.
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CSX Select Site Designation - LaGrange, GA
LaGrange, GA -- May 8, 2014 -- CSX Corporation today announced that a portion of the Callaway South Industrial Park in LaGrange, Georgia has been designated a CSX Select Site. Select Sites are properties identified and vetted as capable locations for future manufacturing facilities along the CSX network. These sites can be developed quickly since standard land use issues and comprehensive due diligence items have been previously addressed. "Through the Select Site program, we can significantly reduce the time it takes for companies to evaluate a competitive site, and ultimately construct their facility and bring products to market," said Clark Robertson, assistant vice president, regional development at CSX. CSX introduced the Select Sites program in 2012 to better serve new or existing customers on its network. CSX partnered with The Austin Company, a nationally-known site selection and certification consulting firm, to screen candidate sites and assist communities with the application and certification process. Callaway South Industrial Park is an established, 1,600-acre industrial park in LaGrange, adjacent to the region's LaGrange-Callaway Airport. With access to rail and its proximity to Interstate 85, most of the industrial expansion in LaGrange in the last several decades has located in the north half of the park. "The recent completion of Pegasus Parkway through the southern half of the park has opened up several hundred additional acres for industrial development along CSX's mainline," said Robertson. "This site is the result of good, long-term land planning," said Jonathan Gemmen, senior location consultant, The Austin Company. "It is rare to find a rail-served, industrial property close to an interstate with utility service able to accommodate some of the largest industrial requirements." This site is located only nine miles northeast of KIA Motors Manufacturing Georgia in nearby West Point, Georgia. Callaway South Industrial Park is only the second site in Georgia to be designated as a CSX Select Site. "The Development Authority of LaGrange has a long history of being proactive to prepare for additional growth. Teaming with CSX and The Austin Company on this designation will open doors for significant job creation and investment in the future," said Bobby Carmichael, executive director, Development Authority of LaGrange.   To receive CSX Select Site designation, the location must meet a rigorous list of criteria, including infrastructure and utility availability, environmental reviews, appropriate zoning and entitlement, air quality permitting, rail serviceability, proximity to highways or interstates, and other attributes. Once certified, the sites are featured on a new user-friendly web portal that includes press releases, promotional materials and direct marketing to site selection professionals. To learn more about LaGrange, Georgia, visit www.lagrangega.org To learn more about CSX Select Sites online, visit www.csxselectsites.com About LaGrange, GA and the Callaway South Industrial Park The Callaway South Industrial Park is a 1,600+ acre "mega-site" industrial park located three miles off Interstate-85 off Pegasus Parkway in LaGrange, Troup County, Ga. LaGrange is situated at the intersection of Interstates 85 and 185 and is located only 60 miles from Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. Likewise, this property is less than 50 miles from CSX's intermodal facility in Fairburn, Georgia. Callaway South has direct rail service to the Ports of Savannah and Mobile. LaGrange, Georgia is a full-service utility, telecommunications and commercial sanitation provider with excess capacity in all its services. With over 450 new jobs and over $200 million dollars in new investment created in the last two years, LaGrange has proven to be a great place for businesses. Follow us on Twitter (http://twitter.com/LaGrangeEDA). About CSX CSX, based in Jacksonville, Florida, is a premier transportation company. It provides rail, intermodal and rail-to-truck transload services and solutions to customers across a broad array of markets, including energy, industrial, construction, agricultural, and consumer products. For more than 185 years, CSX has played a critical role in the nation's economic expansion and industrial development. Its network connects every major metropolitan area in the eastern United States, where nearly two-thirds of the nation's population resides. It also links more than 240 short-line railroads and more than 70 ocean, river and lake ports with major population centers and small farming towns alike. More information about CSX Corporation and its subsidiaries is available at www.csx.com. Like us on Facebook (http://facebook.com/OfficialCSX) and follow us on Twitter (http://twitter.com/CSX). City of LaGrange: Andy Camp 200 Ridley Ave, LaGrange, GA 30240 706-883-2064
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MARTA cancels meeting to vote for free rides on Atlanta Streetcar
The streetcars are back in service.
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David Orland Brown Takes MARTA Public Transit in Atlanta
David Orland Brown Takes MARTA Public Transit in Atlanta.
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Compressed natural gas
Compressed natural gas (CNG) (Methane stored at high pressure) can be used in place of gasoline (petrol), Diesel fuel and propane/LPG. CNG combustion produces fewer undesirable gases than the fuels mentioned above. It is safer than other fuels in the event of a spill, because natural gas is lighter than air and disperses quickly when released. CNG may be found above oil deposits, or may be collected from landfills or wastewater treatment plants where it is known as biogas. CNG is made by compressing natural gas (which is mainly composed of methane, CH4), to less than 1 percent of the volume it occupies at standard atmospheric pressure. It is stored and distributed in hard containers at a pressure of 20–25 MPa (2,900–3,600 psi), usually in cylindrical or spherical shapes. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Poll shows north Fulton voters not willing to pay for MARTA
The push is on to derail a proposed tax hike to expand MARTA.
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Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Myrtle Beach /ˈmɜrtəlˈbiːtʃ/ is a coastal city on the east coast of the United States in Horry County, South Carolina. It is situated on the center of a large and continuous stretch of beach known as the Grand Strand in northeastern South Carolina. Myrtle Beach is one of the major centers of tourism in the United States because of the city's warm subtropical climate and extensive beaches, attracting an estimated 14 million visitors each spring/summer/fall. As of the 2012 census, the population of the city was 28,292, with the Myrtle Beach metropolitan area population at 465,391 according to the 2013 census. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Fabian Garcia Custom Homes
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MARTA Train to East Point Station 3
Final Film for Film 100
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MARTA Public Hearings Jan. 23, 24 & 26, 2017
Notice of Public Hearings Notice is hereby given that the Board of Directors of the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority will hold public hearings for the purpose of considering the Proposed Bus Service Modifications for April 15, 2017 Proposed routing and/or adjustments and new service for the following bus routes: Route 3: Martin Luther King Jr. Drive/Auburn Avenue; Route 5: Piedmont Road/Sandy Springs; Route 56: Adamsville/Collier Heights; Route 66: Lynhurst Drive / Barge Road Park & Ride; Route 68: Donnelly/Beecher; Route 71: Cascade; Route 73: Fulton Industrial Blvd.; Route 94: Northside Drive; Route 165: Fairburn Road/Barge Road Park & Ride; Route 170: Brownlee Road/Peyton; Route 865: Boulder Park Drive; Route 195: Forest Parkway/Roosevelt Highway. Mobility: Adjust complementary ADA service to reflect the modified route alignments to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. All route information, a video presentation and comment forms are available at www.itsmarta.com Monday, Jan. 23 Fulton County Assembly Hall 141 Pryor St., SW Atlanta 30303 Community Exchange: 6-7 p.m. HEARING: 7 p.m. Riding MARTA: Bus Routes 32, 49, 55, 74, and 186. Tuesday, Jan. 24 Clayton County CommissionChambers 112 Smith Street, Jonesboro, GA 30236 Community Exchange: 6-7 p.m. HEARING: 7 p.m. Riding MARTA: Route 193. Thursday, Jan. 26 Maloof Auditorium 1300 Commerce Dr., Decatur 30030 Community Exchange: 6-7 p.m. HEARING: 7 p.m. Riding MARTA: Walk one block west of Decatur Rail Station Copies of the proposed Bus Service Modifications will also be available for public viewing at MARTA’s Headquarters Office of External Affairs, 2424 Piedmont Road, N.E. Atlanta, Georgia 30324 during regular business hours, Mon-Fri 8:30 am to 5 pm. For formats (FREE of charge) in accordance with the ADA and Limited English Proficiency regulations contact, (404) 848-4037. For those patrons requiring further accommodations, information can be obtained by calling the Telephone Device for the Deaf (TDD) at 404 848-5665. In addition, a sign language interpreter will be available at all hearings. If you cannot attend the hearings and want to provide comments you may: (1) leave a message at (404) 848-5299; (2) write to MARTA’s Office of External Affairs, 2424 Piedmont Road, N.E. Atlanta, GA 30324-3330; (3) complete an online Comment Card at www.itsmarta.com; (4) or fax your comments no later than February 2, 2017 to (404) 848-4179. All citizens of the City of Atlanta and the counties of Fulton, DeKalb, Clayton and Gwinnett whose interests are affected by the subjects to be considered at these hearings are hereby notified and invited to appear at said times and places and present such evidence, comment or objection as their interests require. Keith T. Parker, AICP, General Manager/CEO
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Chattanooga Today, January 29, 2013
Here's a quick look at the top 5 things you need to know today: Governor Bill Haslam's proposed $32.7 billion dollar budget for 2014 calls for a 500-bed prison expansion in Bledsoe County, and $577 million dollars on construction and repair for dozens of state-owned buildings. But none of that money will be spent on two major state-owned buildings in Chattanooga. Haslam is going along with recommendations to close and sell the seven-story Chattanooga State Office Building on McCallie Avenue and the nearby James R. Mapp Building. Administration officials say the buildings are too inefficient and costly to maintain, and that they plan to relocate hundreds of employees to new, leased space downtown. Officials are planning one of the biggest upgrades to the passenger terminal at Chattanooga Airport since it was was built more than 20 years ago. The work, which could start this year, is seen as a major enhancement, according to the airport's chief executive, Terry Hart, but he declined to give details. The number of passengers boarding flights in Chattanooga rose for the third consecutive year during 2012, and Hart believes the expanding economy in the Chattanooga area is driving the increase. The Hamilton County Democratic Party says it "technically" ran afoul of its open meetings policy five hours after putting out a statement that said it followed the rules. At a board meeting last week, party Chairman Paul Smith implored board members to keep the session secret. Smith prohibited the media from covering the meeting, but an audio recording confirmed Smith directly violated a bylaw that promotes transparency at all levels, Tennessee Democratic Party officials said. Make sure you have your driver's license with you. The Tennessee Highway Patrol will conduct driver's license checkpoints in Hamilton County starting this Sunday through February 9th. Troopers are conducting the checkpoints to help enforce Tennessee driver's license laws and ensure motorists' safety. And finally, Atlanta Braves fans were able to get autographs from some of their favorite players in Dalton Monday. The Atlanta Braves caravan visited the local Academy Sports + Outdoors store to sign hundreds of autographs and discuss the team's latest moves.
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227's™ YouTube Chili' Chick Fil-A Cow Commercial NBA Spicy' Stats: Klay Chili' Thompson NBA Mix!
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Richard Guthman, Reflections on Georgia Politics
ROGP 031. Richard Guthman interviewed by Bob Short, May 22, 2008. Richard Guthman discusses his work on the Atlanta City Council and the major developments in the city since the 1970s. Guthman was elected to the council in 1973, representing District 8. Prior to this he chaired the Police Commission and the Fulton County Republican Party. From the Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies. For more information, see: http://russelldoc.galib.uga.edu/russell/view?docId=ead/RBRL220ROGP.031-ead.xml
Pete Wheeler interviewed by William Stueck and James C. Cobb
OHD-007. Pete Wheeler interviewed by Bill Stueck and Jim Cobb, June 14, 2006. A Conversation with Pete Wheeler is a discussion, with Dr. William Stueck and Dr. James Cobb, of Wheeler's long career as Georgia's Commissioner of Veterans Services. Wheeler discusses his early life, attending Emory at Oxford and the University of Georgia, and his work with the Office of Price Administration after getting out of the service after World War II. Wheeler discusses the importance of the Department of Veterans Services and explains the duties of the Commissioner of Veteran Affairs. He mentions a specific project he undertook to identify all the Veterans in the former state mental hospital, Central State Hospital, in Milledgeville and to provide the services these veterans are entitled to. Wheeler also discusses his work with veterans from other wars such as the Spanish-American War and the widows of soldiers who had fought in the American Civil War. He explains his wife's experience during World War II and the employment of the rest of his family during the war. Wheeler recalls the desegregation of the veteran's home in Milledgeville and the importance of the Veteran's Administration. This video is from the Oral History Documentary Collection at the Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies, University of Georgia Libraries. For more information see: http://russelldoc.galib.uga.edu/russell/view?docId=ead/RBRL175OHD.007-ead.xml