The City of Atlanta: Stop Special Interests from Ruining Our Collective Vision for a Great City
  • Petitioned C.T. Martin

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Atlanta City Council District 10
C.T. Martin
Atlanta City Council District 9
Felicia Moore
Atlanta City Council District 1
Carla Smith
Atlanta City Council District 2
Kwanza Hall
Atlanta City Council District 3
Ivory Lee Young
Atlanta City Council District 4
Cleta Winslow
Atlanta City Council District 7
Howard Shook
Atlanta City Council District 8
Yolanda Adrean
Atlanta City Council District 11
Keisha Bottoms
Atlanta City Council Post 1 at large
Michael Julian Bond
Atlanta City Council Post 2 at large
Aaron Watson
Atlanta City Council Post 3 at large
H. Lamar Willis
Atlanta City Council District 6
Alex Wan
City of Atlanta Department of Planning and Community Development
Charletta Wilson Jacks
City of Atlanta Department of Planning and Community Development
Mayor Kasim Reed
Atlanta City Council District 5
Natalyn M. Archibong
Atlanta City Council District 12
Joyce Sheperd
Walmart CEO
Mike Duke
Walmart President - U.S.
Bill Simon
EVP, Corporate Affairs
Dan Bartlett
VP, Public Affairs
Gerard Dehrmann
VP, Corporate Communications
Mona Williams

The City of Atlanta: Stop Special Interests from Ruining Our Collective Vision for a Great City

    1. Watchdog Atlanta
    2. Petition by

      Watchdog Atlanta

      Atlanta, United States

As proud residents and homeowners, our vision and sense of community is the common thread that binds us together. We represent the vast majority of local citizens who remain ardently passionate about our collective vision of transforming Atlanta into a walkable city with useful public transportation where all streets are safe.

Let us not weaken our sense of community, but strengthen it by appointing/electing leaders who are not shills for corporate and big developer interests.  

This petition is not against any specific chain or business.  

To:
C.T. Martin, Atlanta City Council District 10
Felicia Moore, Atlanta City Council District 9
Carla Smith, Atlanta City Council District 1
Kwanza Hall, Atlanta City Council District 2
Ivory Lee Young, Atlanta City Council District 3
Cleta Winslow, Atlanta City Council District 4
Howard Shook, Atlanta City Council District 7
Yolanda Adrean, Atlanta City Council District 8
Keisha Bottoms, Atlanta City Council District 11
Michael Julian Bond, Atlanta City Council Post 1 at large
Aaron Watson, Atlanta City Council Post 2 at large
H. Lamar Willis, Atlanta City Council Post 3 at large
Alex Wan, Atlanta City Council District 6
Charletta Wilson Jacks, City of Atlanta Department of Planning and Community Development
Mayor Kasim Reed, City of Atlanta Department of Planning and Community Development
Natalyn M. Archibong, Atlanta City Council District 5
Joyce Sheperd, Atlanta City Council District 12
Mike Duke, Walmart CEO
Bill Simon, Walmart President - U.S.
Dan Bartlett, EVP, Corporate Affairs
Gerard Dehrmann, VP, Public Affairs
Mona Williams, VP, Corporate Communications
We ask the City of Atlanta to stop allowing developers and corporate interests to undermine the vision of a walkable Atlanta with useful public transportation and safe streets.
We ask all residents support local leaders who are in line with our vision.

Sincerely,
[Your name]

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    • Matt Powell ATLANTA, GA
      • 11 months ago

      My wife and I are new homeowners in Grant Park and there is no place for big box retail in such a historic and beautiful neighborhood.

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    • steven vanlandingham GAINESVILLE, FL
      • 12 months ago

      RESPONSIBLE URBAN PLANNING! Hey I have an idea, lets put a fucking walmart in the middle of a fucking neighborhood. I'm sure that will be great for everyone who lives there? News flash, Wall mart is a piece of shit! We want REAL stores that bring REAL jobs and sell REAL products.

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    • Jordan Warren ATLANTA, GA
      • 12 months ago

      This would be a terrible mistake!

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      • 12 months ago

      This is our neighborhood, and the development should be in the best interest of the residents not develpoers!!

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    • Marie Mower ATLANTA, GA
      • about 1 year ago

      Large parking lots are a magnet for crime. We already have crime issues and this will increase crime in our neighborhood. This development sits across the street from a High School. Concern for safety and security. Concern for traffic congestion.

      Mostly, crime. Where a Wal-Mart goes, so does crime.

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