Good Day Good People, I hope this message finds you well. Thank you so very much again for attending our initial planning meeting. Your input was beyond helpful and contributed much to our group discussion regarding the Ashview Heights Beautification Event on Saturday, May 21, 2016.
As you are already aware, the purpose of this event is to enhance and beautify the Ashview Heights Community and to assist the neighborhood with their valiant ongoing cleaning efforts. Our goal is to partner with various City and County Agencies and Organizations to ensure this event’s success.
This email serves as a sweet reminder that our Ashview Heights Beautification Follow-Up Partners’ Meeting is tomorrow, Thursday, May 12, 2016 from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM to be held at M. Agnes Jones Elementary School, 1040 Fair Street SW, Atlanta, GA 30314. Please email me back to confirm your attendance.
If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to let me know. Thank you again for all that you do!
With High Regards,
Shari A. Scales II
Assistant District Attorney
Community Prosecution – Zone Four
Office of the District Attorney
136 Pryor Street, SW
Please add the below information to your schedule. We must attend this sentencing. It is not enough for the few members of our community to speak on our behalf, nor is it enough to have our Community Prosecutors carry the burden of defending our communities against repeat offenders on their own. Our presence, concern and outrage must be made known.
Being a “good investment neighborhood”, or a “historic community that feature home tours”, are not our goals! PUBLIC SAFETY is key! Without it- all of this is in vain…. forget the Beltline, forget economic development, forget the housing stock… without a safe community, we’re like 42nd Street in NY before Disney. (If you’re unfamiliar with the old 42nd Street- think of Metropolitan in the past) … Not worth seeing and not worth traveling to unless you’re looking for trouble.
The residence within NPU-T have come a long way. We have worked very heard and SEE the fruits of our labor. Let’s continue in this pattern and ensure our voices and works are being directed on activities that make a lasting positive impact.
Sentencing of Zone 1 Convicted Murderer
WHAT: State v Oderrick Boone
WHEN: Monday, June 11, 2012
WHERE: Judge Jerry Baxter
Fulton County Justice Center Tower
185 Central Avenue, SW
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
FACTS: On July 1, 2010, Defendant Oderrick Boone was identified as the individual who entered the Southern Supermarket located on West View Drive in Southwest Atlanta and used a knife longer than three inches to stab the business owner numerous times. The Victim died. In addition, Defendant Boone took money out of the cash register and fled the scene. The Defendant’s wife later recognized her husband on the news and contacted the Atlanta Police Department.
Please contact Janet Martin at CourtWatch@fultoncountyga.gov or 404.699.5297 if you plan to attend this CourtWatch date and for additional information.
In an effort to get back to basics now that my baby is 15mths- last Saturday I had the opportunity to sit in on the Atlanta Planning Advisory Board monthly meeting. OK- let’s just say in addition to receiving a ton of informative information about the many changes taking place throughout the city- I was able to get a really good laugh.
The board meetings are usually well attended by faithful senior community advocates and leaders throughout Atlanta, with MANY strong views and opinions on the more important topics on the agenda but also they can become very vocal on items that aren’t really an issue…causing a 10minute delay and intense discussion on nothingness! The great thing- our President is always calm, collected and restores order without sweat. I guess she is use to it and expects this- since I’ve attended from 2009- it’s been the same way. Who really can stop a Senior from voicing his/her concern even IF they are completely wrong due to a misunderstanding?
Besides the humor and the inbetween enjoyment of O.J./ blueberry muffin, what caught my attention was the presentation on the new “Redistricting” plan for Atlanta. I must admit- I have not given this item the much needed attention it deserves because in review of the plan-I’m not happy with losing a great community such as “Historic Adair Park” in my district. Yes, we have gained others- why Adair was taken is a bit unclear and seems to leave us at a disadvantage. If I’m now reading this correctly- district 4 will only have 1 designated Historic community – and that would be West End.
My questions with this entire redistricting process are: How do funds being allocated (if any) will play into this? How will/are future economic developments within our community now look, if we have an abundant of lower income households (below poverty level) and rentals or dilapidated housing stock? Was another redeveloping community taken from us, and a more blighted neighborhood given?
This is one of those times I really need an honest politician to sit with and discuss these concerns…candidly. Until one steps up- I will have to hit the books, do the research and rely on God to show me, if anything- what I’m missing- and what I must do to keep our West End, Westview, Beecher Donnelly and Ashview Heights communities moving forward.
Any advice? I’ll give you an update as I have it….
Good day Community-Neighbors and Realtor Friends:
Please help us continue to revitalize one of NPU-T’s great communities. Ashview Heights Community Association has had a series of “Committed to Community” weekends which have included neighborhood clean-ups, boarding vacant houses, mowing vacant lots, and working with the youths of MA Jones to paint street “greeting” signs throughout the neighborhood.
It is a great desire for me to have all neighborhoods with NPU-T thriving, safe and known for their unique character. We need your help to make this a success! Please donate any time you have and take an hour this weekend to walk through the neighborhood and see the difference.
In an effort to attract more visitors, this weekend, Ashview Heights is having an “Open House” tour Saturday 1-4PM. This event will feature both homes for sale and currently occupied by the many new residents committed to this process. The tour guides are Ashview Heights residents and Shaylah Hamilton of Keller Williams. This is a FREE event!
Have a snack, talk with the association president and learn more about the neighborhood/association plans.
Please see the attached flyer and spread the word. Ashview Heights Open House Tour
This is a great opportunity for agents to explore another hidden gem in Atlanta –homes as low as $25K for your buyers!
968 Fair Street, Atlanta GA 30314
Check out this renovated 4bedroom 3bath Bungalow with large walk-in closet (possibly a 5th bedroom) and spacious open kitchen within Ashview Heights! Find out more about this community and why this is the next HOT Atlanta neighborhood to consider for your home purchase.
Open today from 11-4PM.
Receive a map of other available homes for tour today at this home.