Local Issues & Legislation

REALTORS® Choose Candidates in Special Election Run-offs
The Atlanta REALTORS® Political Action Committee (ARPAC) chose to support to two candidates in Tuesday's Special Election Run-off elections.
Atlanta Updating Its Tree Ordinance - Public Hearings Set

The City of Atlanta is in the process of updating their Tree Preservation Ordinance and REALTORS® have an opportunity to attend public hearings.

2019 State Legislative Wrap-up
The 2019 Legislative Session at the Georgia General Assembly has come to an end. While several issues took center stage this session, discussions on design Control, taxation, fair housing, contracts and landlord-tenant legislation was enough to keep REALTORS® busy under the Gold Dome.
Gwinnett Says No to MARTA; ATL Election Undecided
Tuesday's Special Election brought a firm answer from Gwinnett voters and left questions for the City of Atlanta. Gwinnett voters made it clear that they do not want MARTA in their county. In the City of Atlanta, District 3 voters will have to wait and see who will advance to a run-off to replace the late Councilman Ivory Young.
Comprehensive Plan Update Scheduled
The Community Development/Human Services Committee of the Atlanta City Council will hold its first quarter Comprehensive Development Plan Amendments Public Hearing 6 p.m. Monday, March 25 in the Council Chambers, 2nd floor, City Hall, 55 Trinity Avenue, S.W. on several proposed CDP amendments for properties throughout Atlanta.
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