In a stunning display of American democracy, voters in Atlanta agreed that improvements to roads, infrastructure, public places, and municipal buildings are a necessity… a necessity that costs $250 million.  The bond proposal, listed as two questions on Tuesday’s ballot, passed with over 85% of voters voting yes to both questions regarding the package.

So good news for the city, (specifically its roads).  The flip side is that less than 21,000 votes cast, Atlanta residents weren’t exactly clued into the issue.  Hopefully the late special election and vague project list doesn’t leave the small percentage of aware citizens with a case of voter’s remorse.



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