The Atlanta Housing Authority filed suit Friday against one of its longtime development partners to kill a deal that could push the agency to subsidize homes for affluent residents.
The deal to sell one quarter of the agency’s vacant land to Integral Group at below market value would be “unconscionable,” AHA lawyers argued in a Fulton County Superior Court complaint.
The contracts “do nothing to address the shortage of affordable housing …
Atlanta Beltline Inc. CEO Paul Morris is leaving his post with a parting gift worth thousands of dollars, agency records show.
A new employment contract approved before Morris’ resignation gives him severance pay worth $142,600, $17,850 more than it would have been had he stepped down earlier, according to AJC calculations based on the terms of his contracts.
The head of the agency in charge of building Atlanta’s Beltline gave himself a “C” for the effort he put into building the project’s mandated affordable housing Wednesday, but stressed that he’s still the right …
Want proof that Atlanta’s affordable housing crisis is causing real pain? Consider the latest poll on the city’s mayoral race.