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Atlanta Business Leaders Support Transportation Funding

Larry Gellerstedt, the incoming chair of Metro Atlanta Chamber, said that there is a need to beef up $1.5 billion a year on infrastructure. The cost of not making such investments is “much, much more” said the CEO of Cousins Properties.

The plan might cause an increase in taxes. A special transportation sales tax failed to find support in 2012.


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