Atlanta mayoral candidate Cathy Woolard stopped by the Music Life Social studio this week to talk about her plans for the city if she is elected mayor. While we do not endorse any particular candidate and we remain neutral, but it is important for us to point that she is the first candidate to respond to our request for a interview in timely manner.
Ms. Woolard is a former Atlanta City Council President. Cathy championed the Atlanta BeltLine, a project transforming abandoned rail-corridors circling the city into mixed-use recreational trails. She founded the “Dirty Dozen,” a pilot program to fix the worst code violations in the city to improve neglected neighborhoods.
Ms. Woolard sat in the Music Life Social hot seat and gave very detail answers to complex questions. She elaborated on how she would improve the Atlanta Street Car to make it more beneficial to citizens.
Three of the biggest questions I asked her was about property taxes, the outdated drainage system, and gentrification. Ms. Woolard went into depth with her answers.
Watch the interview and listen to her plans for the city and for more information about Cathy Woolard visit www.cathyforatlanta.com.