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Floyd, Ellis To Talk About Clifton Corridor, Transportation Tax Vote

On Wednesday, a panel of local officials will discuss how the July 31 vote on the 1 percent regional sales tax for transportation projects will affect you.

Want to hear more local officials on how the regional July regional transportation referendum could affect you?

You'll want to head to Emory University on Wednesday, April 25. Emory is hosting a discussion with a panel of local politicos regarding MARTA's $1.6 billion Clifton Corridor plan () and Atlanta's transportation future.

Among the speakers: Decatur Mayor Bill Floyd, DeKalb County CEO Burrell Ellis, MARTA CEO & General Manager Beverly Scott and Mike Alexander, chief of the Atlanta Regional Commission's research division.

The discussion will be held at Glenn Memorial Church, 1660 North Decatur Rd. NE, Atlanta, from 6:30 to 8 p.m.

The referendum for a 1 percent regional sales tax for transportation will be held July 31.

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