Tonight’s meeting was informative, here’s a quick recap. Please add events to your calendar:
- June 21st Westview Neighborhood BBQ, partnership with It’s Our Neighborhood Association
- National Night Out 2008 (First Tuesday in August)
- Great American Clean-Up
Also Major Perdue, Deputy Chief of Zone 4 came out and gave a report on crime in our area. As you know, Zone 4 is the LARGEST zone, and is in need of additional Officers- our territory is wide- covering West End, Westview, Dill/University Ave , Oakland City all the way to parts of Camp Creek . Crime is up 15% more this year from last- he did emphasize that WE- Westview and West End are not unique- Atlanta and the nationhas huge CRIME issues due to the bad economy. Major Perdue also reiterated that most crime is on vacant properties. Copper. Appliances. Electrical. HVAC/Furnace (for copper) etc. Also a new trend, businesses are being hit after hours. Our defence/solution; US. He advised us to become those “nosey neighbors” again, take notes, CALL the police, know your neighbors, look out for each other. There is also a new Seniors Police Academy training – contact Macia Kimbro at 404-209-5250 to sign up.
Jonathan Kidwell (Area Manager for NPU-T) of House Proud (a ToolBank Program) also informed the residents of this program/service now available to our Seniors in NPU-T. You WANT TO KNOW ABOUT THIS PROGRAM. If you are a Senior Citizen (Home Owner) or know someone who is, that reside in NPU-T you House Proud will help restore your home. Some of the FREE services they offer is roof repair, electrical, plumbing, painting, flooring- anything to keep you “warm, safe and dry” . Check out their website at www.houseproudatl.org and contact Jonathan at 404-880-0054x 20, email email@example.com. This service is for Seniors 60+, home owners, lower income ( income of $39,000max a year for single), and MUST have home owners insurance. Be sure to help your neighbors and get them this information.
Lastly, did you know that Habitat for Humanity has a ReStore? This is a home improvement outlet (store selling products up to 75% below retail) and 100% of the profit supports Atlanta Habitat for Humanity. All of the products are donated,(some from Home Depot ). The store is in Grant Park. 519 Memorial Drive, www.atlantarestore.orgor call for hours at 404-525-2114. Be sure to mention you heard about this from “Ayanna” at the Westview Community meeting for a 25% discount off a single item purchase. You can also donate (for a tax right off) or volunteer.
…and I think, that’s it. Tomorrow West End Neighborhood Development at 7PM at the Peeples Street library.
West End / Westview Resident presence is a MUST if you want your concerns addressed!
Check out this Beltline Cram flyer….
Come out and Learn more about the Beltline and How it will affect
We will discuss:
• Previous SW Study Group Meetings
• The Beltline Master Plan
• Our unified vision for the Beltline
We will also plan for the January 29th Study Group meeting
(6:30-8:30p at Atlanta Metropolitan College in the Academic Bldg)
The Beltline is like a train. It’s going to keep moving whether we
are on board or not. Let’s get on board and make our voice heard!
KROGER Community Room (by the Dairy Section)
590 CASCADE ROAD
ATLANTA , GA 30310
SPONSORED BY N P U -T P RCA C O M M I T T E E
CONTACT PERSON: DANIELLE CARNEY : firstname.lastname@example.org
Please join us! Every 2nd Wednesday at 7:30PM
Hear reports from Zone Police, Fire Chief, Community Prosecutor, City Planner, The Beltline Partnership and others
Express Your Concerns
Vote on zoning, ordinances, and businesses that may impact your community. Meet planners, developers and city officials to ask one on one questions
Shape Your Community
Join a committee. Committees include: Code Enforcement, Public Safety, Crime Task Force, Education, Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs
Date & Time: 2nd Wednesdays @7:30PM (Jan 9th, Feb 13th)
Location: 952 Ralph David Abernathy Blvd,SW Atlanta, 30310 within the Founders Hall of the Shrine of the Black Madonna