The Roundup from Curbed highlights interesting stories in the Atlanta medias over the past few days.
Decatur— Decatur Metro, those expert chroniclers of all things Decatur, are reporting that the folks behind the beloved Candler Park Market are eyeing the creation of another neighborhood market, this time on West College Avenue. The new spot would be built next to a strip center currently being renovated, but dispensation from the gods of zoning is needed. [Decatur Metro]
City of Atlanta— With the economy languishing and the U.S. Congress proving to be completely unable to do anything to boost job creation (or even do their own jobs), Mayor Kasim Reed and Invest Atlanta are taking it upon themselves to boost Atlanta's economic growth. They're launching a new program called Start Up Atlanta that will strive to connect would-be entrepreneurs with sources of funding, talent, and advice to help them along. Get the full scoop. [Midtown Patch]
Brookhaven— voters have approved the new City of Brookhaven, and now have unleashed a new wave of would-be politicians seeking the Mayor's office and City Council positions. See any names you know? [Reporter Newspapers]