Fulton County is putting on a clinic on how to administer a government program with the utmost transparency.
Gwinnett County’s renewed emergency housing assistance program aims to support the community’s most marginalized populations — low-income households and those most strained by the coronavirus pandemic.
More than a few local leaders think Atlanta’s laws are too lax for folks who sit on properties and let them decay, hoping they’ll one day be worth a pretty penny.
At long last, the City of Atlanta is set to begin accepting new online applications for emergency housing assistance funds.
A flood of applicants scrambling for housing assistance amid the pandemic seems to be overwhelming the government programs that distribute the money.
On Thursday, Cobb County opened the online application page for its $22.8 million rental assistance program, which is supported by federal COVID-19 relief dollars.
More than 100 units of affordable housing are in the works in Reynoldstown, an east Atlanta neighborhood that’s been welcoming little more than luxury development in recent years.
Some Southwest Atlantans worry a proposed residential development flanking the Beltline could spell trouble for the area’s housing affordability.