30 Sep 2016
Planning for future growth and fostering private investment.
fyi – GA’s Energy Cities at Work
3rd Quarter, 2016
In this issue, Newnan Mayor Keith Brady discusses its new comprehensive plan, “One priority that surfaced throughout the process was a desire for the final plan to encourage private investment. We want to minimize municipal red-tape whenever it impedes a business friendly environment. Enhancing existing infrastructure is critical to furthering that business-friendly environment and quality of life. New parking solutions and possible high-speed rail are envisioned.”
Learn more about GA’s Energy Cities each quarter. This issue covers such topics as Georgia’s inland and coastal ports, the Georgia agriculture niche, and incentives for private investment in downtowns.