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April 14, 2008



If you read through this entire article you will see that they found the average Atlanta area person drives 66 miles per day. It makes me wonder how much time does the average person loose due to sprawl?

Josh Strupp

Truly remarkable that Atlanta exists at it's current size and population considering that it stands on a watershed (I believe that's the proper term for "all the rain water runs away from it). I find it amazing that a city the size of Atlanta has continued to grow unchecked without any viable watersource nearby. They are literally sucking small and medium sized lakes dry to keep up with consumption.

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