Tag Archives: Airport Concession Contracts

Testify to Transparency

After reading our blog, please visit here to read the response from the Mayor’s office, as well as emails that followed. From the very beginning of the $3 billion airport bidding process, Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed stated that it would … Continue reading

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A Timeline of the Airport Contracting Controversies

Hartsfield Jackson Airport and the City of Atlanta recently concluded the largest round of contract bidding ever seen in North America. The contracts at stake were worth over $3 billion dollars. Given the enormity of the process, CCGA advocated for … Continue reading

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Broken Promises and Bad Perceptions

We were really excited when Mayor Kasim Reed announced this June that the names of those deciding the airport concession contracts would be released. Well it’s been over six months and the public hasn’t heard a single name. The winning … Continue reading

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Pay-to-Play Reform – Let’s get on the same page!

Let’s set the record straight – Common Cause Georgia is not smearing anyone’s name, especially not that of Mayor Kasim Reed.  We are, however, hoping he will rise to the occasion and embrace true ethics reform as he has in … Continue reading

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