Agriculture in Atlanta

  <photo: Atlanta Community Food Bank> These days, while a lot of people are talking about transportation, other important issues are also at hand. Food equity and making fresh food available to every population is one of them. That’s where organizations like Atlanta’s Food Well Alliance is focused. Created in…

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Get the Biggest Bang for Your Buck

<photo: CNN Money> Posted in Economist Commentaries by Amanda Riggs on February 22, 2017 The National Association of Realtors (NAR) surveyed thousands of consumers, real estate agents, and industry professionals on interior and exterior home remodeling projects. The projects listed below are the best interior remodeling projects that can get…

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Give me a C!

<photo: Monadnock Center for History and Culture> It might be surprising for ITP’rs to find out that others outside of Atlanta are unfamiliar with the Community that comes along with living intown. When you’re OTP and elsewhere, subdivisions help neighbors connect. People gather at meetings and social events coordinated by the…

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How About a Homestead Exemption?

A Homestead Exemption helps you save on taxes on your primary residence. Basically, an exemption removes part of the value of your property from taxation and lowers your income taxes. In most counties in Georgia, you are generally eligible to a Homestead Exemption and its land if you have owned…

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