The Atlanta Housing Authority is taking precautions based on public health recommendations and implementing restrictions to keep gatherings small and residents safe. Atlanta Housing (AH) officials have been in contact with their property management and development partners to guide how they can enforce social distancing. AH is taking the current situation seriously and doing everything to promote safety and sanitary measures across all properties. To learn more about our efforts, you can read the entire article here.
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