Roswell may change its open records policies, claiming it receives far more requests than any other city. Appen Media decided to find out if that's true. It's not.
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The February property transfers included the sale of 6920 Viridian Aly, a two-story townhome at Halcyon. It was sold for $820,420 to Leonardo Vic Alava and Elizabeth Ann Martell from MH Halcyon, LLC.
The January property transfers included the sale of 6820 Meadowridge Court, a two-building warehouse complex near Old Alpharetta Road.
"Any time a voting majority of elected officials gather for city business, discussion, research or action, you’re allowed to be there. But if the meeting is in Greenville, who is going to drive three hours just to go along and be in the room?"
Since 2020 Dunwoody has reported 51 prostitution-related incidents at City Hall. Officials say the informal policy is meant to protect sting operations. First amendment advocates say it's against the law and "a deliberate attempt to mislead the public."
"Part of local news is calling out wrongdoing and as Mayor Wilson said, there is no shortage of it. But we can’t lose sight of the real story. On Sept. 1, Michael Dowda and his neighbors must leave their homes and they don’t have anywhere to go."
Appen Media won 18 awards in Georgia Press Association’s statewide contest, including General Excellence and Investigative Reporting for Chamian Cruz’s coverage of the Oxbo Road realignment project.
The Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds program gives $350 billion to local governments. How exactly that money was passed around leaves some Metro Atlanta cities better off than others.