APCAFEST Community Market

Join Us for "A Great Day In Adams Park"!

Saturday, September 27th 

Time: 9:30am till 7pm

Location: 2155 Venetian Dr. at the corner of Blvd. Lorraine




















 “APCAFEST Community Market” 

 Think Yard Sale, Block Club Party/ Day Party... But Better!!! 
Neighbors, artists, chefs and furniture and clothing vendors will set up 10’ by 10’ and 10’ by 30’ spaces to vend at a cost of $20 and $30 per space. Networking with friends and neighbors, entertainment, food and an evening cocktail party will be apart of the day’s activities.  We are raising funds for Cascade Elementary Schools PTA and ask that all vendors donate 10% of total sales to this cause. Please visit www.apcafest.org for more information on how to become a vendor, sponsor or volunteer.

MILRA CES Meeting Notice

Good Afternoon MILRA CES Members:
The next meeting of the McPherson Implementing Local Redevelopment Authority Community Engagement Subcommittee will be held on  
Wednesday, September 24, 2014 
5:30 P.M. 
1794 Walker Avenue, SW at Fort McPherson.  
Light snacks and beverages will be served.
Entrance to Fort McPherson will be from the Lee Street gate.
For your review prior to the meeting, the following items are attached:
·         CES Neighborhood list
·        CES  By-Laws
Please be advised that two new appointments have been received: Dionne Stewart will be an alternate for Sylvan Hills and Monica Callier would like to represent Villages of East Point. I will bring the letters to the meeting.
Please share  this notice with  your neighbors or other interested parties.
Office of Councilmember Sheperd

Oakland City LCI Review

September 30, 2014

6:00 to 8:00 pm


Prior to the start of the meeting and during the breakout, attendees can review maps and share their thoughts regarding:
What do you love about your neighborhood?
What would you change about your neighborhood?
What would you like to have in your neighborhood?
What else would you like to share?
        1. Planning process – November meetings – Dan/ARC

        2. MARTA TOD Program Amanda/MARTA

        3. Existing Conditions/past studies – Office of Planning

          1. Oakland City/Lakewood LCI
          2. NPU S Plan
          3. Campbellton Road Plan
          4. Atlanta BeltLine Master Plan: Subarea 1
          5. Connect Atlanta Plan
          6. SCI report
          7. 2011 CDP - Future Land Use & Character Areas
            1. Welcome and Introductions - Council Member Winslow

        1. Breakout Tables - 60 minutes CM Winslow, Office of Planning or TOD Collaborative

Attendees attend one table for ½ hr and then circulate to other tables.

What do you like? What don’t you like? What would like to have? What would you like not to have? What are the issues and opportunities? As it relates to the topics below.
          1. Housing and Affordability (TOD Collaborative)
Map: Base Map
          1. Retail, Businesses and Resources (TOD Collaborative and ARC)
Maps: Base map
          1. Land Use (COA with ARC)
Maps: Land Use, Zoning, Oakland City Maps
          1. Transportation (COA with MARTA and ABI)
Maps: Connect Atlanta, Subarea 1
          1. Fort Mac (Ft Mac LRA)

Next Meetings: November 13 - 6:00 to 8:00
November 15 - 9:30 to 11:30

Community Take Back Rally

 Saturday, September 20 @ 11am

Greetings everyone,

Our Saturday Community Take Back Rallies telling crime, violence and drugs in our community that It's Got To Go is back on  schedule! This time we will focus on the Venetian Hills community.  

Please meet at Ikala's Seafood restaurant, 1437 Campbellton Road at 11:00am sharp.  Be sure to bring a bottle of water bottle and wear comfortable shoes.

Thanks to support from Ar-Rahman Islamic Center, Atlanta PD Deputy Chief Ernest Findley and Sgt. D. Fast heading up the COPS Unit we are seeing a positive change in our neighborhoods.  But, we need you to show up in numbers and continue the momentum.

See you there!
Ms. Robbie Hunter
NPU-S Chair

Visit our website for useful information.

Sunday Voting in Fulton County!



Join Us! 2015 Proposed Bond Infrastructure Public Information Meetings

The City of Atlanta is taking measures to address infrastructure needs, including repair/replacement of damaged sidewalks; aging streets and bridges in need of replacement; and attention to recreation centers and other city buildings in need of replacement.  The public is encouraged to join the Office of the Mayor, Atlanta City Council, the Departments of Public Works, Planning & Community Development, and the Office of Enterprise Assets Management as we share information with the community about the 2015 Proposed Infrastructure Bond.  A series of public information meetings is currently underway through September 30, 2014
September 16, 2014
Ben Hill Recreation Center
2405 Fairburn Road, SW
Atlanta, GA 30331
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
September 18, 2014
Adamsville Recreation Center
3201 Martin L. King, Jr., SW
Atlanta, GA 30311
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
September 23, 2014
John C. Birdine Recreation Center
215 Lakewood Way, SW
Atlanta, GA 30315
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
September 25, 2014
Atlanta City Hall Auditorium
(Old Council Chambers)
68 Mitchell Street, SW
Atlanta, GA 30303
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
September 30, 2014
Piedmont Hospital - Shepherd Center
Callaway Auditorium, 7th Floor
2020 Peachtree Road NW
Atlanta, GA 30309
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Please visit www.atlantaga.gov/infrastructure for a complete meeting roster and more information about the 2015 Proposed Infrastructure Bond Program.

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APCAFEST Community Market! Saturday

          APCAFEST 2014, Community Market

     Get a booth, sell your stuff and support
        Cascade Elementary School's PTA!

Is there “Cash in your Attic”?  We want our neighbors and friends to clean out their attics, closets, basements and bring those unused treasures to the “APCAFEST Community Market” and make some CA$H, catch up with your neighbors and meet some new ones. Think "Flea Market", "Block Club Party" and "Day Party", but better, with entertainment, food and a cocktail hour !!! Vendors can set up 10’ by 10’ and 10’ by 30’  8am. Spaces to vend at a cost of $20 and $30 per space. We have arraigned with Saturdays Thrift to have your items picked up and brought to the market location the morning of should you need that service. We also have a couple of neighbors who are willing to help get your items ready to sell.

We kindly ask that all vendors donate 10% of all sales to Cascade Elementary School.

 APCAFEST Communtiy Market Location
2155 Venetian Dr. at the corner of Blvd. Lorraine  Atlanta 30311   


      APCAFEST 2013 Artist Market!
               Looking forward to
       "A Great Day in Adams Park"!
Copyright © 2014 Adams Park Cultural Arts Festival APCAFEST, All rights reserved.
This invitation was sent to you from Sheryl Brown, Executive Director of APCAFEST.

Our mailing address is:
Adams Park Cultural Arts Festival APCAFEST
2022 Venetian Dr. SW
Atlanta, GA 30311

2015 Proposed Infrastructrue Bond - 2nd Round of Public Information Meetings

Dear Community Stakeholder,
The City of Atlanta thanks you for your participation in discussion of the 2015 Proposed Infrastructure Bond.  Please be reminded that tonight we will begin a second round of public information meetings to share what we heard from citizens during the June & July round of meetings.  We are also seeking input on the next steps in developing a project list to be considered as part of the proposed bond. 
You will find additional information including a program overview and a potential projects by visiting our website at www.atlantaga.gov/infrastructure.
A copy of the public meeting flyer is attached hereto this email, please share it with your community of contacts.
Description: Signature - City Seal
Valerie Bell-Smith
Director of Communications & Community Engagement
Department of Public Works - Office of Commissioner
55 Trinity Avenue, SW, Ste 4700
Atlanta, GA 30303-0394
(404) 330-6215 - Office
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