The Atlanta Southern railroad? Norfolk Southern is considering relocating its headquarters to Atlanta, not a possible name change.

The Norfolk, Virginia mayor is arguing against the possible relocation from his city to Atlanta, Georgia.

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The Virginian-Pilot reported Wednesday that Norfolk Mayor Kenny Alexander met with Southern chairman, president and CEO James Squires to argue the company is better off staying put.

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The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports the chief operating officer of the Georgia Department of Economic Development, Bert Brantley, has confirmed the company is scouting Atlanta for a new headquarters.

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Alexander says he won’t be offering any incentives from the state or city at this point. But he says he can present Squires with an option that would allow the company to centralize and consolidate its operations and talent in Norfolk.