Initiatives

We have installed high visibility street signs with street numbers in order to make it easier to find a street and safer to drive.
Philip has pushed for and supported construction of numerous turn lanes to improve the flow of traffic and to make it safer to make turning movements.
Those include the turn lanes on Roswell Street, Aviation and Franklin Road to name a few.
Philip has pushed for and supported many sidewalk projects to make it safer to walk.
Philip supported increased code enforcement to help solve problems generated from run down housing.
Philip supported construction of the Marietta Conference Center and Resort in 1995 so that Marietta could attract more tourists and conference groups.
Philip is continuing to work on installation of sidewalks (where needed), pushing for bike paths, and passing turn lanes in order to make it safer and easier to travel.
Marietta has among the lowest property taxes in the Metro Atlanta area. We are continuing to offer better services, such as back yard garbage pickup, that other areas no longer offer.
Continues to push for the City to stay up with improving technology.

Pushed for open and public access to the city's records on the Internet

Marietta has received a AA bond rating from Standard and Poor's. Only five other cities in Georgia have an equal or better rating.

 



 

 

 

 

 


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