Sylvan Hills neighborhood want city to ‘fight the blight’
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 tweak the next fiscal year’s budget, 11 neighborhood organizations, led by self-proclaimed “Blight Fighter” Alan Holmes, have requested the city allocate more cash to raze the dilapidated buildings.
The budget request calls for more than $8 million, $7 million of which would be specifically earmarked for leveling the abandoned blots on Atlanta’s landscape.
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