About Us

As outlined in our bylaws, NPU-S operates on a Board model. Officers are elected by the NPU membership every two years on even years, with a mid-term retention election held on the odd years.

The officers for 2020-2022 are:

Committees

All committee meetings are open to the public! We encourage NPU residents to participate in Committee activities.

Executive Committee

The NPU is guided by the Executive Committee.  The Executive Committee is comprised of the Officers, the chairs of the Standing Committees, and a representative for each qualifying Neighborhood Organization. 

The Executive Committee meets every second Sunday of the month at 4:45 pm. 

Land Use Committee

This committee makes recommendations to the NPU about:
  1. all matters related to the development of residential, commercial, and other large-scale development projects;
  2. all matters related to zoning, economic development, business expansion and retention, and urban design;
  3. all matters related to traffic and transportation planning;
  4. and all matters related to enforcement of City Codes.
Karen Babino, Chair: land@npu-s.org.

The Land Use Committee meets every 1st Wednesday of the month at 6:15 pm

Quality of Life Committee 

This committee makes recommendations to the NPU about:
  1. all matters related to social services, health care, police, and fire protection;
  2. all matters related to recreation, parks, libraries, and cultural affairs;
  3. and all matters related to a pleasant and healthful environment, including, but not limited to: sanitary services, water and sewer facilities and services, and noise quality.
Robbie Hunter, Chair: quality@npu-s.org
The Quality of Life Committee meets every 2nd Thursday of the month at 7pm

Assistant Services Committee 

This committee makes recommendations to the NPU about:
  1. all matters related to special programs and services for senior citizens, including but not limited to housing and home repairs, financial assistance programs, and social services;
  2. all matters related to education, including but not limited to primary and secondary education, adult education, parent-teacher relationships, and after-school programs and activities;
  3. and all matters related to the youth of the NPU.
Ruby Simmons, Chair: assistant@npu-s.org
The Assistant Services Committee meets every third Wednesday at 6:30 pm. 

Policy Committee

This committee makes recommendations to the NPU about:
  1. all matters related to the citywide Atlanta Planning and Advisory Board;
  2. all matters related to the NPU’s official policies and positions on internal, citywide, and regional issues;
  3. and all matters related to the relationship of the NPU with its neighboring NPUs, neighborhoods, and municipalities.
Morgan Cooper, Chair: policy@npu-s.org
The Policy Committee meets every 1st Saturday at 1pm:

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