Wednesday, September 07, 2011

Alpharetta City Council Calls Economic Development Plan 'Sloppy'

Alpharetta, Georgia City Council members refused to accept an economic development plan from Market Street Services that cost the city $100,000.

A council member called the plan sloppy and a cut-and-paste job during the council's meeting on Sept. 6. Market Street's CEO, Mac Holladay, presented the plan at a joint City Council-Planning Commission work session on Aug. 29.

Staff was directed to get Market Street to update the report and bring it back to City Council for possible approval.

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