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City of Albany and GA Smart Host Engagement Workshop

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On Tuesday, October 30, the City of Albany, along with a team from Georgia Tech hosted a day-long engagement workshop in Albany as part of the Georgia Smart Communities Challenge. In June of 2018, Albany was selected as one of four communities chosen by this Georgia Tech-led initiative to implement cutting-edge smart technologies in communities in Georgia. The Georgia Smart Communities Challenge provides seed funding, access to technical assistance, expert advice, and a Georgia Tech research partner to conduct research and advise each team.

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The history of the City of Chamblee, incorporated in 1908, is closely linked with the development and use of modern transportation in the United States.

In the early 20th century, the city sat at the crossroads of two rail lines—one for passengers traveling north to Charlotte, North
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