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Visit of Secretary Shaun Donovan to Atlanta, Georgia for tour of the [redeveloped] East Lake neighborhood [and the Charles Drew Charter School.  Joining Secretary Donovan on the visit were Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed;  HUD Region IV (Southeast) Administrator Ed Jennings, Jr.;  Carol Naughton, Lillian Giornelli, and Greg Giornelli of Purpose Built Communities;  and Daniel Shoy of the East Lake Foundation, among others.]

Visit of Secretary Shaun Donovan to Atlanta, Georgia for tour of the [redeveloped] East Lake neighborhood [and the Charles Drew Charter School. Joining Secretary Donovan on the visit were Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed; HUD Region IV (Southeast) Administrator Ed Jennings, Jr.; Carol Naughton, Lillian Giornelli, and Greg Giornelli of Purpose Built Communities; and Daniel Shoy of the East Lake Foundation, among others.]

 
 
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Photographer: Sammy Mayo, Jr.--HUD

Photo Creation Date: 9/17/2013
Visit of Secretary Shaun Donovan to Atlanta, Georgia for tour of the [redeveloped] East Lake neighborhood [and the Charles Drew Charter School. Joining Secretary Donovan on the visit were Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed; HUD Region IV (Southeast) Administrator Ed Jennings, Jr.; Carol Naughton, Lillian Giornelli, and Greg Giornelli of Purpose Built Communities; and Daniel Shoy of the East Lake Foundation, among others.]

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