5 things to know: $370 million mini-city pitched in Forsyth

Developers RocaPartners and The Georgetown Company have acquired about 135 acres land at Ga. 400 and McFarland Road for a $370 million mixed-use community of residences, retail, hotels and offices called Halcyon. Contributed by RocaPartners and The Georgetown Company

The proposed mix-used development Halcyon. Contributed by RocaPartners and The Georgetown Company

Here are five things you need to know tonight:

1. Five years after then-Gov. Sonny Perdue’s Go Fish Education Center opened, the facility is still having a hard time attracting one-tenth of the visitors officials originally expected and for fiscal year 2015 generated about 11 cents for every dollar it cost to run the center in years past. [Read more]

2. Alpharetta has its Avalon mini-city. Soon southern Forsyth County could have Halcyon. [Read more]

3. Ten-day suspensions have been handed down against two Atlanta firefighters tied to risqué photos taken at their station and later used to advertise escort services, officials confirmed Tuesday. [Read more]

4. Jeb Bush and Hillary Clinton continue to dominate Georgia’s 2016 money race, as each easily outraised their competitors for the Republican and Democratic presidential nomination in the year’s third quarter. [Read more]

5. Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport is starting a massive project to double the size of its parking decks, an effort expected to take at least eight years and hundreds of millions of dollars. [Read more]