Wednesday on "Closer Look with Rose Scott":
- 0:00: Rose Scott gives a news brief on Atlanta BeltLine CEO, Paul Morris, stepping down. Morris will leave his post Sept. 11, 2017. Also, John Eaves has resigned as Fulton County Commission chairman, as he continues his campaign to become the next mayor of Atlanta.
- 2:17: On yesterday's edition of Closer Look, Cobb County Commissioner Lisa Cupid explained why the county has adopted a new blight tax on rental and commercial properties. Commissioner Bob Ott explains why he opposes the ordinance.
- 20:30: Nineteen years ago, an 8-year-old named Shy'Kemmia "Shy Shy" Pate, went missing from Unadilla. Her disappearance is still an open investigation. Agent Jason Shoudel with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation talks about the case.
- 31:22: The conversation on the disappearance of Shy'Kemmia "Shy Shy" Pate continues with, Shy Shy's mom, Veronica Pate; sister LaSwanda Hickey; and aunt Rotando Freeman.