Monthly Archives: August 2018

Atlanta’s Authority to Restrict Zoning Comments in Question

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(APN) ATLANTA — The Atlanta City Council has for at least the last several years–if not the last several decades–forbidden Atlanta citizens from making public comment on zoning matters at its Full Council Meetings and at its Committee Meetings.   Frequently, Atlanta citizens seek to exercise their First Amendment rights to free speech and the petitioning of government for a […]

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No Progress on CBA; Developer, Brock, “Won’t Be Called a Racist”

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(APN) ATLANTA — There has been no progress to date on amending the Community Benefits Agreement for the catalytic Westside Yards Development proposed for Atlanta’s English Avenue neighborhood, following a thirty day deferral by the City of Atlanta agreed to by developer Echo A, which includes Brock Built Homes.   Developer Adam Brock insisted, “I won’t be called a racist!” […]

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Russians Targeted Georgia County Servers, Mueller Indictment Reveals, but KSU Destroyed the Evidence (UPDATE 2)

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(APN) ATLANTA — Two county servers in Georgia were targeted by two Russian military officers, Anatoliy Sergeyevich Kovalev and Aleksandr Vladimirovich Osadchuk, it was recently revealed in a July 13, 2018 indictment of twelve Russian hackers by U.S. Department of Justice Special Counsel Robert Mueller.   Here is a link to the Mueller indictment. https://d3i6fh83elv35t.cloudfront.net/static/2018/07/Muellerindictment.pdf   Russians accessed the websites of […]

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