Nighttime economy study for Savannah seeks to 'harness the economic value of sociability'
The question of why City government wouldn't be able to figure out for itself what areas of town have active nightlife — and needs to pay an out-of-town firm to study that issue for a year — wasn’t directly addressed.
Veteran alt-weekly journalist, podcaster, and best-selling travel author. Founding Editor of The Savannahian.
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