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Summerhill Development Update | Quarterly Newsletter

Next Wednesday, Carter is presenting it’s quarterly update of the Summerhill / GSU development. In advance of next Wednesday’s Quarterly Meeting (April 11th at 6pm at the Fanplex), they wanted to share a newsletter with us. Summerhill Newsletter Carter is planning on making this a quarterly newsletter, in which they provide updates related to the development along Georgia Avenue […]

Toxic Substance Awareness Video from CDC

CDC is running an awareness campaign about Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS). They’re sharing a brand new video about what PFAS is and what you can do about it. It’s just over two minutes long and gives a quick overview of how PFAS in drinking water affects us. How much do you know about PFAS? This […]

Sustainable Vendor Fair!

Join us at The Mayor’s Office of Resilience Vendor Fair, May 4, 2018 at 10:00am! Vendors will have the opportunity to meet and connect with City departments. We encourage all businesses offering sustainable goods and services to attend. Please feel free to share with your networks! *Registration Eventbrite link will be available next week.

Annie E. Casey Youth Foundation

From the Annie E. Casey Foundation: Greetings We are working on the  framework on a council of youth to inform our work here at the foundation. While we have not figured out all the details we do know one of the critical elements will be the selection of diverse group of youth. We are asking […]

Atlanta BeltLine Advisory Boards Annual Public Presentation

Please join the Atlanta BeltLine to learn more about the Atlanta BeltLine citizen advisory boards, their responsibilities, an update on the work they completed in 2017, and how you can participate! This meeting will include presentations from the Atlanta BeltLine Tax Allocation District Advisory Committee (TADAC) & Atlanta BeltLine Affordable Housing Advisory Board (BAHAB). This […]

Spring Storm Safety Tips from Georgia Power

Spring Storm Safety Tips from Georgia Power ATLANTA – March 30, 2018– Spring storm season is here and Georgia Power is encouraging customers to be prepared when severe weather strikes. According to the National Weather Service, an average of 30 tornadoes occur in Georgia every year, however in 2017, more than 100 tornadoes were confirmed across the […]

Zoning Ordinance Update Phase II Open House & Public Forum Schedule

From the City of Atlanta Department of Planning: Please share this information with your email distribution, email groups, next door groups…Everybody!  We want you to take advantage of the opportunity to have one-on-one exchange with City Planning Staff. Thank you for your input during Phase I of the Zoning Ordinance Update project!  We are all […]