A federal investigation was conducted into the Atlanta Police Department's practices after the 2006 killing of 92-year-old Kathryn Johnston who shot at officers as they entered her home unannounced on a no-knock warrant Prosecutors alleged that the officers falsified information and documents after the killing to justify the serving of the warrant on April 26 2007 two officers pleaded guilty to manslaughter violation of oath criminal solicitation and making false statements One additionally pleaded guilty to perjury, 52/11 83/28 Tech's fight song "I'm a Ramblin' Wreck from Georgia Tech" is known worldwide First published in the 1908 Blue Print it was adapted from an old drinking song ("Son of a Gambolier") and embellished with trumpet flourishes by Frank Roman Then-Vice President Richard Nixon and Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev sang the song together when they met in Moscow in 1958 to reduce the tension between them As the story goes Nixon did not know any Russian songs but Khrushchev knew that one American song as it had been sung on the Ed Sullivan Show, Atlanta Georgia business directory. Inventing modern management "Empire State of the South" Wellstar Health System Main article: World and Olympic records set at the 1996 Summer Olympics. 96 3524, 6 Notable incidents Community improvement districts, 6.6 Baseball Hall of Famers Moreland Avenue (U.S 23/Georgia 42). Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is the only international airport for the region (and only major international airport for the state) and as with rail travel it became the ubiquitous place through which everyone must travel at some point Atlanta's second airport is in the very preliminary discussion and study phase. . .
Main article: Elections in Georgia (U.S state), Mount Vernon Highway See also: Georgia Institute of Technology Center for Robotics and Intelligent Machines, 61/16 90/32 Buford pop 12,225. Police patrol zones of Atlanta Adult Swim, British colonies in North America c.?1750 vte 1930 270,366 34.8% For a full season-by-season list see List of Atlanta Braves seasons. Festivals 37/3 62/17 The Office of Information Technology or OIT manages most of the Institute's computing resources (and some related services such as campus telephones) With the exception of a few computer labs maintained by individual colleges OIT is responsible for most of the computing facilities on campus Student faculty and staff e-mail accounts are among its services Georgia Tech's ResNet provides free technical support to all students and guests living in Georgia Tech's on-campus housing (excluding fraternities and sororities) ResNet is responsible for network telephone and television service and most support is provided by part-time student employees, Lovejoy pop 6,422 Atlanta played a vital role in the Allied effort during World War II due to the city's war-related manufacturing companies railroad network and military bases leading to rapid population and economic growth in the 1950s the city's newly constructed highway system allowed middle class Atlantans the ability to relocate to the suburbs As a result the city began to make up an ever-smaller proportion of the metropolitan area's population. Aaron 2018 Estimate 38 2311 Divided into the Province of North-Carolina and Province of South Carolina in 1712 each became a crown colony in 1729. . D Derek Kan Canada (303), 1996 Summer Olympics bidding results 5 Records Atlanta's 343 parks nature preserves and gardens cover 3,622 acres (14.66 km2) which amounts to only 5.6% of the city's total acreage compared to the national average of just over 10% However 64% of Atlantans live within a 10-minute walk of a park a percentage equal to the national average in its 2013 ParkScore ranking the Trust for Public Land reported that among the park systems of the 50 most populous U.S cities Atlanta's park system received a ranking of 31 Piedmont Park in Midtown is Atlanta's most iconic green space the park which underwent a major renovation and expansion in recent years attracts visitors from across the region and hosts cultural events throughout the year Other notable city parks include Centennial Olympic Park a legacy of the 1996 Summer Olympics that forms the centerpiece of the city's tourist district; Woodruff Park which anchors the campus of Georgia State University; Grant Park home to Zoo Atlanta; Chastain Park which houses an amphitheater used for live music concerts; and the under construction Westside Park at Bellwood Quarry the 280-acre green space and reservoir project slated to become the city's largest park when fully complete in the 2020s the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area in the northwestern corner of the city preserves a 48 mi (77 km) stretch of the river for public recreation opportunities. Platforms are used to allow easy access to the trains and are connected to each other via underpasses footbridges and level crossings Some large stations are built as culs-de-sac with trains only operating out from one direction Smaller stations normally serve local residential areas and may have connection to feeder bus services Large stations in particular central stations serve as the main public transport hub for the city and have transfer available between rail services and to rapid transit tram or bus services.