News Briefs: New airport manager; egg recall; BeltLine founder opening restaurant

John Selden (Courtesy Airline Network News & Analysis)

John Selden has been appointed General Manager of Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Selden is currently the Deputy General Manager of John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York. A former Navy pilot, Selden will begin work on Oct. 1  following confirmation by the Atlanta City Council.

Gravel Ridge Farms has issued a voluntary recall for eggs sold at five Intown markets that might be contaminated with salmonella.  The eggs were sold between June 25 and Sept. 6, in cardboard containers of 12 and 30 eggs. Use by dates on the containers are July 25 through Oct. 3 and the UPC code is 7-06970-38444-6. The markets where the eggs were sold include Candler Park Market, Grant Park Market, Westview Corner Market, Sevananda and The Mercantile.

Eater Atlanta reports that Atlanta BeltLine founder Ryan Gravel will open a restaurant in the Telephone Factory Lofts along the Eastside Trail. Aftercar is expected to open next spring The “philanthropub” will help fund Gravel’s nonprofit organization, Generator — a civic-based, public think tank for improving cities and communities through workshops and programming.

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