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Fort speaking on behalf of the Metro Atlanta Task Force for the Homeless, Grady Hospital patients, public housing residents, and many more underserved communities.
Therefore, it is reasonable to expect that if elected, Sen.
(APN) ATLANTA — The Board of Directors of Atlanta Progressive News has issued a first round of endorsements in the 2017 City of Atlanta races for Mayor of Atlanta, and the Post 1-at-large Council seat.
For Mayor of Atlanta, APN endorses former State Sen.
Atlanta Progressive News endorsed Mary Norwood in 2009 over then-former State Sen. In that race, we believed that Norwood was the more progressive candidate, and we were one of the only news publications to endorse Norwood.
Norwood is serious about restoring distressed communities in South Atlanta; she wants to conduct a baseline inventory of our existing affordable housing stock, to guide our public policy strategy; she co-sponsored the proposed ordinance to use surplus city property for affordable housing; she co-sponsored and gave critical input on a proposed ordinance to allow height bonuses to be used for affordable housing.
Bond is today the *only* Councilmember to have stuck by the public and said that there ought not to be a time limit on public comment in Committees.Councilman Bond stood with the communities of the now-former Turner Field, and created a Trust Fund that now is set to have more than five million dollars, plus an ongoing revenue stream for at least the next ten years.This fund will support affordable housing, community development, and job training.Out of the fifteen Council races and the Council President race, this is the only race where we feel strongly compelled to make an endorsement at this time. Vincent Fort (D-Atlanta) is a powerful orator and force for progressive social change, who has been on the right side of nearly every issue of Atlanta politics, Georgia politics, and even national politics for as long as we’ve known him.The Atlanta Progressive News archives, dating back to 2005, are filled with dozens of examples of Sen.