The Atlanta Regional Transportation Roundtable completed their work on amendments to the executive committee’s draft project list at the Oct. 11 roundtable meeting. The roundtable will reconvence Oct. 13 for the final vote on the project list.
Decatur Mayor Bill Floyd offers his reaction to the Oct. 11 roundtable meeting and plans to actively campaign on behalf of the final project list prior to next year’s transportation tax referendum.
All 21 members of the RegionalTransportation Roundtable today completed their review of four contentious amendments to their project list, a prerequisite before the 10-county Atlanta region can vote next summer on a penny tax to finance a host of transit and transportation projects.
Today’s meeting addressed last week’s most contentious amendments. As roundtable chairman Bucky Johnson noted near the end of today’s meeting, it is clear many of the roundtable members used the weekend to drive resolution on the amendments that threatened to weaken the final project list.
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