Welcome/Introductions Zoning Variance V-17-376: 321 Mell Ave. in which applicant seeks variances to allow for the reduction of the north side yard setback reduction from 7ft to 3ft, the south side yard setback from 7ft to 3 ft and the rear yard set back from 7ft to 3 ft in order to construct a replacement for an existing unsafe deck. Applicant also seeks a special exception … [Read more...] about Zoning Committee February 7 Meeting Agenda
By Dana Fowle, firstname.lastname@example.org When you have a problem and need a city service, sometimes it’s hard to know who to call. And when you do call, often it takes days, sometimes weeks, to find out who can really handle your issue. This is precisely why three years ago the City of Atlanta launched ATL311, a one-stop city hotline service. You simply dial 311 or click … [Read more...] about Magnifying ATL311 for Best Results
By Susan Rose, email@example.com. If you are the bystander who witnesses someone going into cardiac arrest, would you know what to do? According to the American Heart Association, almost 90 percent of people who suffer out-of-hospital cardiac arrests die. However, when CPR is performed in the first few minutes of cardiac arrest, a person’s chance of survival can … [Read more...] about How to Save a Life
By Roger Bakeman, firstname.lastname@example.org. Hey, mom, I’m going to the store. Where, dear? Oh, you know, the … Well, what do we call the business district on McLendon at Clifton? Commonly agreed upon terms have force, help us mark a place, give it recognition. Two examples. We agree the neighborhood is called Candler Park. That makes it easy to establish signs … [Read more...] about Candler Park Commercial: Signs of the Times?
CPNO Membership Meeting, February 19, 2018, 7 pm Food and fellowship from 6:30, provided by Cameli's Pizza CALL TO ORDER – 5 minutes Welcome guests and new neighbors Adoption of the agenda Approve previous month’s meeting minutes (in Messenger) GUEST SPEAKERS – 10 minutes Atlanta Police Zone 6 representative ANNOUNCEMENTS – 30 minutes Thank you Cameli's … [Read more...] about Agenda, CPNO Membership Meeting, February 19
From: Atlanta BeltLine Partnership [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Atlanta BeltLine PartnershipSent: Monday, January 22, 2018 5:40 PMTo: firstname.lastname@example.orgSubject: City Unveils Plans for Westside Park at Bellwood Quarry, and more! Your best source for information to stay "In the Loop" on the events, activities, and … [Read more...] about FW: City Unveils Plans for Westside Park at Bellwood Quarry, and more!
Candler Park Neighborhood Organization Board of Directors December 11, 2017 A quorum being present the meeting was called to order by Zaid Duwaryi, President. The motion to adopt the agenda passed. The motion to approve the November minutes passed. Zoning-Bill Morris There is one application, an alcohol license, for 299 Moreland Avenue, Hattie B’s. The … [Read more...] about December 2017 Minutes of the Board
CPNO Membership Meeting, January 15, 2018, 7 pm Food and fellowship from 6:30, provided by the Mercantile. CALL TO ORDER – 5 minutes Welcome guests and new neighbors Adoption of the agenda Approve previous month’s meeting minutes (in Messenger) GUEST SPEAKERS – 10 minutes Atlanta Police Zone 6 representative update ANNOUNCEMENTS – 30 minutes Thank you … [Read more...] about Agenda, CPNO Membership Meeting, January 15
By Don Bender, Candler Park Resident. Did you see the article in the October issue of the Messenger where the L5P CID described the vision to re-think and re-design Findley Plaza in the heart of Little 5 Points? That vision has just received a major boost from Park Pride which has awarded a Legacy Grant of $100,000 to Little Five Alive for the Plaza. The total budget for … [Read more...] about A Re-Designed Findley Plaza Gets Major Support
By Kai Nathaniel, Member of Pack 586's WereBear Den. Candler Park's local Cub Scout pack announced that not only are they opening their ranks to girls in 2018, but that they are also opening one of their premier events, the Pinewood Derby, to everyone in the community. Cub Scouts have long built and painted little cars from pine blocks and then raced them down a track. … [Read more...] about Are You Faster Than a Cub Scout?