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Georgia Municipal Association/Carl Vinson Institute of Government Downtown Atlanta study

Georgia Municipal Association/Carl Vinson Institute of Government Downtown Atlanta study

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GMA partnered with group to identify ways to improve South Downtown Atlanta, where GMA is headquartered, using design. Summer 2013.
GMA partnered with group to identify ways to improve South Downtown Atlanta, where GMA is headquartered, using design. Summer 2013.

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Giving A New Life to DowntownStarts With Design.
JUNE 2013 GMA NEIGHBORHOOD SOLUTIONS
Produced for the Georgia Municipal Association by theCarl Vinson Institute of Government at the University of Georgia201 North Milledge Avenue, Athens GA 30602P: 706.542.2736 | F: 706.542.9301
 
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ABOUT THE GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION
Created in 1933, the Georgia Municipal Association (GMA) is the only state organization that
represents municipal governments in Georgia. Based in Atlanta, GMA is a voluntary, non-protorganization that provides legislative advocacy, educational, employee benet and technical
consulting services to its members.GMA’s membership currently totals 512 municipal governments, accounting for more than 99%
of the state’s municipal population. A 63-member Board of Directors, composed of city ofcials,
governs GMA. Program implementation is charged to the Executive Director and staff of over 80full-time employees.
ABOUT THE CARL VINSON INSTITUTE OF GOVERNMENT
For more than 85 years, the Carl Vinson Institute of Government has worked with public ofcials
throughout Georgia and around the world to improve governance and people’s lives. FromGeorgia’s early days as a largely agrarian state with a modest population to its modern-daystatus as a national and international force in business, industry, and politics with a population of almost 10 million, the Institute has helped government leaders navigate change and forge strongdirections for a better Georgia.
CONTACTS:
Danny Bivins, Public Service Associate andPrincipal Investigator Carl Vinson Institute of Government(706) 583-0856dbivinsuga.edu Al Outland, Director, Strategic InitiativesGeorgia Municipal Association(678) 686-6251aoutland@gmanet.comhttp://www.gmanet.com
CREDITS:
Jeremy Arnett, Landscape ArchitectureGraduate Assistant, College of Environmentand Design at the University of GeorgiaKaitlin McShea, Senior Graphic Designer, CarlVinson Institute of Governmentkmcshea1@uga.edu
 
3Over the years, this vacant building atthe corner o Pryor Street SW and rinity Avenue has become an eyesore or thisarea in downtown Atlanta. Te digitalrendering (le) provides a possible“quick x” while the building remains vacant without detracting rom the visualaesthetics o the surrounding area. Tesolution in the digital rendering (shownle) utilizes large banners to cover thebuilding’s açade as a way to create a moreappealing xture in the neighborhood.Tis advertisement becomes a methodo generating additional income or theowner or city at the same time.
Simple advertising opportunitiesare available on every corner.
BEFORE:
photograph shown above
AFTER:
digital rendering shown le

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