“Atlanta is a great city with many wonderful people and an inspiring history. But it must become that shining city on a hill once again. Atlanta has to believe that its reach is beyond its current grasp.”

Andre Dickens Talks about Atlanta’s Affordability Housing Problem at ARC’s State of the Region Breakfast

Atlanta City Council member Andre Dickens tackled one of Atlanta’s key issues­—the lack of What’s Next ATL Andre Dickens affordable housing—at Friday’s state of the region breakfast hosted by the Atlanta Regional Commission.

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The New Hands-Free Driving Law Goes Into Effect On July 1st!

Gun Violence Panel Featuring Atlanta City Councilmember Andre Dickens

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Atlanta City Council Approves Division of Independent Procurement Review

The Atlanta City Council on Monday unanimously approved an ordinance authorizing the City auditor to establish a Division of Independent Procurement Review to improve transparency and accountability in the City procurement process (Legislative Reference No. 18-O-1189).

Atlanta City Council Approves Landmark Mandatory Inclusionary Zoning Legislation to increase affordability in BeltLine and Westside Communities

Atlanta will now require developers building new residential rental units near the BeltLine or Westside District to set aside 10 percent of those units for households at 60 percent Area Median Income (AMI) or below OR 15 percent of those units for households at 80 percent AMI or below.

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