Beltline Clean up in West End and Westview with Councilmember Cleta Winslow
April 16, 2011, 8 AM—Noon
Meet at Kroger Citi Center
590 Cascade Ave., SW
In partnership with:
Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. * Atlanta BeltLine Partnership * Keep Atlanta Beautiful* Trees Atlanta * Park Pride * Atlanta Community Tool Bank Greenplate * Republic Services * Historic West End * Westview * NPU-T
NPU- Neighborhood Planning Unit.
Click HERE for a list of Atlanta Neighborhoods and their NPU’s.
What is a Neighborhood Planning Unit?
The City of Atlanta is divided into twenty-five Neighborhood Planning Units or NPUs, which are citizen advisory councils that make recommendations to the Mayor and City Council on zoning, land use, and other planning issues. The NPU system was established in 1974 to provide an opportunity for citizens to participate actively in the Comprehensive Development Plan, now called the Atlanta Strategic Action Plan, which is the city’s vision for the next five, ten, and fifteen years. It is also used as a way for citizens to receive information concerning all functions of city government. The system enables citizens to express ideas and comment on city plans and proposals while assisting the city in developing plans that best meet the needs of their communities
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
I know I did! I have taken a tour through the community a few weeks ago and was very impressed by what I saw. The leadership within the association, and residents are a force making positive changes and a noticeable impact.
NPU-T held their executive committee meeting yesterday. The meeting was hosted by Booker T. Washington Community Association and the venue selected was the Washington Park Natatorium (102 Ollie Street NW Atlanta, GA 30314)
I must say, almost embarrassingly, I have never been to their Natatorium. The Natatorium was created 4year ago, and it’s AMAZING! They hold night swimming lessons in two gigantic heated lap pools. The facility is huge-CLEAN and inviting! I’m sorry I didn’t take advantage of the offer to swim before the meeting began- but I’ll be back. I plan to get a family membership! My girls will LOVE year round swimming in such a beautiful facility, with nice art work! Take a look- I know, my pictures are horrible-lol hey, I’m a Realtor, not a Photographer:
Also- the homes are certainly worth viewing. Add this city neighborhood to your list. Zip 30314. Here are some homes I saw on my search.
Check out this article: READ ME
As you know, I’ve been trying to follow the Beltline closely. One, because I live within a block away from the proposed path here in the West End, and two, many of my clients are moving to the West End/ Westview area because of it.
Although, there are MANY resources, and information on the subject, several website, news articles, study groups, focus groups- the list just goes on and on…..BUT, how could one keep up? This is why I have volunteered for the door- door campaign with the Beltline Partnership. Everyone does not have the luxury of being in a network with others pooling information- so during our door-door sweep, we hope to inform, educate and in some cases make aware for the first time -residents about the Beltline. This is a very important matter that will change and shape neighborhoods. YOU need to be aware of this and if possible- attend a meeting to have input on this.
As the NPU-T , Parks Recreation and Cultural Affairs committee obtain further informtion, I’ll post it. We has a committee specifically for the Beltline. So if you are a bit confused, or don’t know how to join or how to be apart of the discussions, please contact me and I will direct you to the appropriate contact within Neighborhood Planning Unit T…I’m sure we can use your help within our committee and bring you up to speed 🙂