Atlanta is the 10th fastest-growing city in the nation with a projected economic growth rate of 3.5 percent between 2011 and 2016. Yet for decades, there has been a noticeable divide between Atlanta’s southern and northern regions.
Moderated by Rick Badie
What’s good for Cobb County? Well, for starters, the Atlanta Braves move , according to the newly formed “Good for Cobb.” Its co-founders say the group was formed to identify and publicly express support for initiatives deemed good for the county. Elsewhere, a former Fulton County commissioner writes about “smart growth” for the South Metro area, while the other guest writer advocates for a Bosnian-American Day in Georgia.
Cobb’s bright future
By John Loud and Justin O’Dell
Pro-active leadership in the business community makes or breaks economic development, education, transportation and quality of life. In Cobb County, trailblazers from Earnest Barrett to business leaders today have built a vibrant and enviable county in which many of us are lucky to live, work and play.