This could get interesting: Miguel Southwell, the former general manager of Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport who was recently fired by Mayor Kasim Reed, claims he was pressured by Reed's administration to approve concessions contracts. Show More Summary
Source: The "2016 State Of The City Of Atlanta" Speech DEAR ATLANTA MAYOR KASIM REED - THIS ULTIMATELY AIN'T ABOUT YOU!!!It Is About INSTITUTIONAL CORRUPTION!!The "Colonizer's Field Agents" / "Black Racial Services Machine Oligarchy"...Show More Summary
We've got bad news for CL readers who sent their resumes to Mayor Kasim Reed to compete for that open Department of Watershed Management gig. Reed yesterday announced that he's tapped Kishia Powell, the public works director of Jackson,...Show More Summary
A real estate deal that, oddly, concerns both the future of Atlanta's Bobby Jones Golf Course and the proposed Underground Atlanta redevelopment looks like it's getting closer to completion. On Wednesday, Mayor Kasim Reed outlined why...Show More Summary
In one of his final acts as chief executive officer of Delta Air Lines, Richard Anderson signed a contract with Kasim Reed — who is the current mayor of Atlanta — signed an agreement in which Delta Air Lines is committed to keeping its...Show More Summary
In firing Miguel Southwell, Mayor Kasim Reed aims to look at privatizing airport screening.
Atlanta’s mayor’s office has confirmed that the general manager of Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport has been fired. Mayor Kasim Reed thanked Miguel Southwell for his service in a statement to the press and indicated that he was...Show More Summary
ATLANTA (AP) — Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed says the general manager of the world's busiest airport has been fired.
A group of Southwest Atlanta residents want to clean up the city’s blighted properties, and they're calling for Atlanta officials to show support for ridding some communities of boarded-up eyesores. So as Mayor Kasim Reed and his aides...Show More Summary
The Intercept: A few days before the Georgia primary, influential Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed published a column on CNN.com praising Hillary Clinton and ripping her opponent, Bernie Sanders. Reed attacked Sanders as being out of step with Democrats on gun policy, and accused him of … Continue reading ?
Hillary Clinton finds herself embroiled in a fresh controversy after it was revealed that an anti-Sanders op-ed column attributed to Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed was actually written by a pro-Clinton corporate lobbyist, according to Intercept.com. Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton. (Gage Skidmore / (CC-BY-2.0)) Emails released from the office of influential Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed show that a column Reed published on CNN.com praising Hillary Clinton and ripping her opponent, Bernie Sanders,...Show More Summary
Atlanta plans to spend some $605 million next fiscal year, up from the $593 million this year, under a budget proposed by Mayor Kasim Reed. The proposal comes as new businesses and a construction boom generate more cash for Atlanta. City officials estimate that sales tax collections should rise by almost $3 million to $104.3 million for the fiscal year that begins in July.…
On Friday afternoon, Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed announced that City Hall would turn purple that night in honor of Prince. The city where Prince played his final full concerts wasn’t the only one to...
In honor of Prince, Atlanta City Hall will be illuminated in purple lights Friday night in his memory. Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed said in a statement, “Prince led a singular, dynamic career, spanning four decades and...
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Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed has joined the chorus of voices opposing North Carolina’s new anti-LGBT law, HB 2. Reed has banned all city officials from traveling to North Carolina unless on essential city business. Reed made his announcement in a s… Read The post Atlanta Mayor Issues North Carolina Travel Ban Over ‘Discriminatory and Unnecessary Law’ appeared first on Towleroad.
Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed is the latest U.S. politician to ban nonessential travel to North Carolina in the wake of the state’s enactment of the anti-LGBT House Bill 2 last month. Reed’s office issued a statement on Monday saying theShow More Summary
This week's Time and Place photo was shot at Atlanta City Hall after Hillary Clinton spoke along with Mayor Kasim Reed in a campaign stop before the Georgia primary, which she won. This campaign is the fifth presidential contest I have covered.…
The city's Mayor Kasim Reed warned school officials the move could have "catastrophic consequences" for children