City of Atlanta officials
Atlanta BeltLine representatives
Atlanta City Councilmembers
The City of Atlanta will host a series of public meetings on Senate Bill 369. Senate Bill 369 authorizes the City of Atlanta to hold a referendum to approve or reject an additional sales tax up to a half-penny for MARTA expansion. It also authorizes the City to hold a TSPLOST referendum to increase the sales tax by up to an additional half-penny for (non-transit) transportation projects. If approved, the total of the two taxes may not exceed one percent.
City officials will meet with communities throughout Atlanta from May 25 through June 2, 2016 to gather input for a proposed project list that will be used to guide transit & transportation investments.
WHEN AND WHERE:
Wednesday, May 25, 2016
6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Passion City Church
515 Garson Dr NE, 30324
Located one block south of the Lindbergh Center MARTA Station.
Free parking is located on site.