This is an important reminder from the Atlanta Planning Advisory Board!
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT
The Atlanta Planning Advisory Board will convene their first General meeting of the year on Saturday, January 19, 2019 from 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., Atlanta City Hall, Committee Room One, 55 Trinity Avenue, SW, Atlanta, 30303.
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Meeting Highlights Introduction of 2019 Officers: Debbie Skopczynski, President Eric Toomer, 1st Vice President Eunice Glover, 2nd Vice President Melissa Moore, Recording Secretary Richard Rauh, Correspondence Secretary Anne Phillips, Finance Secretary James Martin, Parliamentarian
Guest Speakers: Foris Webb, III, Municipal Clerk, and Nathan Soldat, Public Engagement Manager, Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.
APAB General meeting’s are the third Saturday of every month at City Hall (Committee Room One). The public is invited to attend the General APAB and committee meetings. A brief period for public comment is on the monthly APAB agenda. The meetings are broadcast live on City Channel 26 and Facebook for archival purposes.
NOTE: Meeting dates are subject to change. Please check the APAB website, eNEWS, TEXTAlerts, and Social Media for updates.
WHERE TO PARK? The city parking deck is located on Central Avenue across from the city Courthouse and the Atlanta Public Schools Administrative Building. You may also enter the parking deck on Washington Street behind Trinity United Methodist Church . Parking is $4 all day on Saturday.
Hey neighbors - Trees Atlanta's "NeighborWoods" is coming to Edgewood!
That means FREE TREES for your front yard. Yes, FREE. This is a great opportunity to begin investing in a future with cooler summer temperatures, smaller energy bills, cleaner air, and a more beautiful, *green* neighborhood!
All you have to do to get your max of *three* free trees is fill out the the Tree Request Form: treesatlanta.org/freeyardtree and someone from the Trees Atlanta team will reach out with more details. That url contains plenty more details on the program, as well.
They're currently looking to do the planting in February, so get your requests in 🙂 ...
Organized Neighbors of Edgewood November 2018 Meeting Notes Monday, November 19, 2018 | 7:00 PM Whitefoord Early Learning Academy Library New Neighbor Welcome! City Government Reports and Conversation Atlanta City Council District 5 - Natalyn Archibong Natalyn voted no for the Gulch, but...
Organized Neighbors of Edgewood November 2018 Meeting Agenda Monday, November 19, 2018 | 7:00 PM Whitefoord Early Learning Academy Library New Neighbor Welcome! City Government Reports and Conversation Atlanta City Council District 5 Atlanta Police Department Zone 6 Office of Mobility Pla...
The average ballot question in 2017 required TWENTY YEARS of formal education to comprehend.
(That means it's written for someone who's finished med school or gotten two master’s degrees.)
Anyway, we collectively killed 10,000 brain cells and lost 40 hours of sleep trying our best to understand, research, and translate the FIVE constitutional amendments and TWO referenda on the November 6 ballot for those of you who, like us, aren't doctors (apologies to our Asian parents).
YOU’RE WELCOME, Y'ALL. And tag a sleepy friend.
Big ups to Ballotpedia and lots and lots and lots of Vietnamese coffee. ...
You're invited to share your ideas for Memorial Drive 🌈🚘🛴🚲. Please visit memorialdriveatl.com for additional details and spread the word. Look forward to seeing you there! #imaginememorial #memorialdrive #atlanta ...
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First, I want to say thank you to the Mac Fest Coordinators. Neighbor in Need Edgewood can not provide housing improvements for elderly low-income neighbors without you, sponsors, and volunteers. Through sponsorship, libation sales, and ticket sales, we’ve raised over $35,000 for Neighbor in Need Edgewood in the last two years.
I regret to inform you that I’ve decided to postpone the 3rd Annual Mac and Cheese Festival to the spring of 2019 (April). I think we have an opportunity to make the festival significantly larger, with more Edgewood residents’ involvement, and local restaurants with a location change to the Edgewood-Candler Park MARTA Station at SPOKE. It will also give us more time to plan. We have several new developments, and new neighbors at the northern side of Edgewood, and I would like to take advantage of this. Our vision as a neighborhood is to be public transportation friendly, and engage young and old residents.
I hate to cancel the planned October festival, but this could be a huge redirection for the neighborhood. Thanks for your understanding.
Best, KaeAnne Parris, MPH President Organized Neighbors of Edgewood ...