Atlanta's infrastructure is crumbling. Its flagship public hospital is on life support. Its roads are among the most congested in the nation. It faces a continuing water-supply crisis. But don't worry, the City has its priorities in order. Atlanta is about ready to unveil the latest example of how it spends its taxpayers' dollars. The City has taken $1.5 million from its Development Authority "Homeless Opportunity Fund" and built five $300,000, state-of-the-art, technologically advanced public toilets for homeless persons to use.
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