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JOHNS HOPKINS' 20 YEAR OLD DARK WINTER SIMULATION VIDEO

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https://www.bizjournals.com/atlanta/news/2019/03/04/atlanta-prevails-over-fulton-county-in-annexation.html ??

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Atlanta prevails over Fulton County in annexation case
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By Dave Williams – Staff Writer, Atlanta Business Chronicle
Mar 4, 2019, 11:19am EST
The Georgia Supreme Court sided with the city of Atlanta in an annexation dispute Monday by invalidating the 1979 constitutional amendment that created the Fulton Industrial District.

In a unanimous ruling, the justices upheld a lower court decision that the constitutional change violated the "single-subject" rule, making it void from its inception 40 years ago.

The Atlanta City Council adopted an ordinance in 2017 annexing a parcel of land inside the Fulton Industrial District, an area of industrial development in unincorporated Fulton County just east of the Chattahoochee River. The county sued the city, citing a provision in the 1979 constitutional amendment that prohibited any municipality from annexing that land.

The amendment also prohibited Fulton County from levying school taxes in any portion of the Fulton Industrial District located inside the boundaries of Atlanta Public Schools.

Because the 1979 measure dealt with both the creation of the district and the collection of school taxes, Monday's ruling declared it violated the single subject rule.

"This complete absence of relatedness falls far short of the relation required by the single-subject rule," Justice Keith Blackwell wrote for the court. "As a result, the trial court correctly concluded that the 1979 amendment was never property adopted because its enactment violated the single-subject rule."

On another front, the General Assembly passed legislation last year scheduling a referendum in Fulton County on repealing the 1979 constitutional amendment.

Fulton voters subsequently repealed the amendment last November.
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