Good morning Mr. Ward
I hope all is well! I recently attended an NPU-V meeting on 3/9 and shared some information about public workshops and engagement for the Parks & Recreation Comprehensive Master Plan. I am reaching out to provide an update in light of recent changes. Could you please share the below information with your network, as well as with those meeting attendees?
COVID-19 continues to be top of mind as each of us experience the influx of information and daily developments. While we work through this crisis, there are a lot of unknowns. In this regard, we have officially postponed all (5) public workshops until further notice. We have also halted all public outreach to promote the comprehensive master park and recreation plan.
While I do not yet have a clear time line on when we will have the green light to proceed, I will reach back out as soon as I have more information. Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns. Once we have updates, I would love to attend another NPU-V meeting to share updated information and new workshop dates.
I will keep you posted as we have more information. Stay healthy and well – thanks so much!
The April ZRB & BZA hearings have been cancelled. The new hearing dates will be communicated to all prior to advertisement. Staff will also communicate this information to all applicants. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact myself or Keyetta Holmes. Thank you.
Racquel T. Jackson
Urban Planner, III
Hi Freddie, Columbus and George,
Please see attached flier to use for the locations of the scheduled March homestead exemption workshops. This was intended for anyone who didn’t register and will not receive my cancellation notice.
Atlanta BeltLine Partnership
Good afternoon, NPU Leaders and NPU Planners.
As you know, we have been working diligently to explore options for providing support to the NPUs and neighborhoods, most of whom are impacted by the City of Atlanta’s recent ban on public gatherings of more than 50 people. Today, we tested out a couple of options, and would like to share an update with you this evening at 6:30 p.m. I know this is short notice, but we really want to be able to get this moving as quickly as possible. If you cannot attend, please ensure that someone from your board is present. I will send you a calendar invitation separately that can be shared.
This meeting will double as an update and discussion of options; AND a demonstration of how you might be able to conduct virtual meetings. Please join this meeting by clicking this link from your cell phone, laptop, iPad/tablet, or desktop computer and join “as a guest.” You do not need to be technologically savvy to participate. And feel free to share this email with your executive board members, neighborhood presidents, or anyone connected to your NPU that you think may find this useful.
Good morning, Ms. Scott and Mr. Ward,
Not sure this ordinance was forwarded to you or not. This is for your March meetings.
NPU Program Coordinator
West End LCI Adoption Ordinance
Hope you all are doing well and enjoying your weekend. We have received interest in the Kickball. We have enough for almost three teams.
If you are sending out an email to the body of your NPU please include the following:
Good day members,
We are looking to start an NPU Co-ed Kickball League. . If you wish to participate please contact Mrs. Jennifer McIntosh @ firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, email address and the NPU you represent. The deadline to register is March 27th.
Here’s some basic information:
- NO COST; its free
- must be 18yrs or older to participate; 9-11 players needed to start a team.
- each NPU will choose their team name, team color and identify a City of Atlanta Park to play in.
- game day will be on a Sunday from 2:30 – 5:30 pm and consists of 5 innings.
- the team that scores 10 points or leads within 50 minutes is the WINNER!
- league to begin in May and end in June depending on how many NPU teams sign up.
I am kindly asking that you please share this flyer with your members. If you already have a list of participants, send me their names and email addresses.
The Fulton County Sheriff’s Office is delighted to announce the 9th Annual Fulton County Sheriff’s Office Citizen’s Law Enforcement Academy. The six weeks academy will begin Wednesday April 22nd, end on Wednesday May 27th. The classes will meet every Wednesday evening from 6:00pm until 8:00pm. The academy is free of charge to the participants. A light dinner will be served.
The program’s goal is to familiarize the community with the day to day operations of law enforcement. Participants will be given an inside look at the Fulton County courthouse and jail operations, as well as an overview of the basic responsibilities of law enforcement.
In an effort to give participants the maximum experience, the class size is limited to 25 persons per six week session; therefore, it is important to submit your application as soon as possible. The deadline for application submission is Friday, March 27th. Please feel free to give us a call if you need additional information. If you are unable to attend, your referral will be highly considered.
Thank you! We look forward to hearing from you!
FCSO Citizens Academy Application