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Snellville Looks to the Future with Pop-Up Market
June 11, 2015
During a recent sunny and warm spring Saturday, a vacant piece of land across from the Snellville Police Department was transformed into a vibrant market place where residents and visitors sampled and purchased locally-made products, enjoyed live musical performances, witnessed live art demonstrations and dined on meals prepared by local chefs. 

Metro Atlanta City Leaders Learn from Toronto on LINK Trip
June 11, 2015
Metro Atlanta city officials were among more than 100 Atlanta business and civic leaders who traveled to Canada’s Greater Toronto region May 6-9 for ARC’s 19th annual LINK exchange.
Metro Atlanta Mayors Association Laud Princeton Prize in Race Relations Honorees
June 10, 2015
Lambert High School Senior Angelique Edwards was this year’s Princeton Prize in Race Relations award winner. Edwards and four other high school students were honored during the Atlanta region Princeton Prize in Race Relations Awards Ceremony held at the Center for Civil and Human Rights in downtown Atlanta. The Metro Atlanta Mayors Association helped to sponsor the awards ceremony and Union City Mayor Vince Williams delivered the invocation. 
Peachtree Corners and Dunwoody Engage Residents for Winters Chapel Corridor Study
March 10, 2015
Nearly 200 residents and business owners and operators from both the cities of Peachtree Corners and Dunwoody came to participate in an interactive workshop focused on ways to improve Winters Chapel Road, the heavily traveled corridor that winds its way through both cities. 
Stockbridge Partners with Community to Build New Monument Park
February 26, 2015
When the Eagle’s Landing Road Widening Project began, plans also were set in motion to create a beautiful park at the corner of Eagle’s Landing Parkway and Rock Quarry Road in the city of Stockbridge. 
City Leaders Shine in State of the Region Program
February 1, 2015
Metro Atlanta cities played a prominent role in the Atlanta Regional Commission’s annual state of the region breakfast. City of Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed was the keynote speaker, sharing stories of innovation and inventiveness from around the region and offering his vision of how metro Atlanta can remain the dominant region in the Southeast for attracting young entrepreneurs and creative talent. He suggested leaders in the region focus on working collaboratively “on the 20 percent of things we agree about.”
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