IPNA Jan Meeting Agenda-The meeting is canceled due to weather

This month's IPNA meeting will be a very important one, though not for the reason most of us would have anticipated.  We will NOT be voting on the application to rezone the Villa de Grip parcels from residential to commercial.  We will, however, be hearing from Scott Ball and Jeff Rader who have been working on a 10-year update to the report on the Moreland Avenue Corridor component of the Livable Centers Initiative.  That's a whole lot of jargon.  The update and report would serve as a plan for the Moreland Ave. corridor, which includes not only traffic and safety management along Moreland Ave. (which are critical in and of themselves) but also planning for development and zoning of parcels within the corridor, such as Bass Field.  A draft of the report can be found  here.
If possible, please plan to attend and participate in this important discussion. 
We will also vote on Ro Lawson as Board Secretary, Vote on 802 Lake Ave.- Type III COA for additions to basement of home and a change of agent liquor license for Kimmie's Bistro. Read full agenda. 

Inman Park Diners Sign-Up

Follow this link to sign up for the Inman Park Diners Club for 2018 by January 23, 2018. Those who sign up will be assigned to a group that will meet 5 times over the course of the year at home of one of the members for a lovely evening of food, wine, and conversation. Hosts pick menu and recipes and everyone brings one of the dishes.

Once you've registered you're invited to the home of Karin Mebius at 860 Euclid Ave on January 27, 2018, at 7:30 pm to find out your dining group assignment. Please bring an appetizer that will feed 4-6 people. 

If you have any questions email Karin at karinmebius@gmail.com.


 Atlanta "Quick Fixes" for Zoning

e “Quick Fixes, Phase 1” of the Zoning Ordinance will be added to all NPU agendas for December 2017 and January 2018. To ensure those NPUs not meeting in December or January have an opportunity to review, the earliest ZRB hearing date would be in February 2018. Read more here


 Renew Atlanta Project Updates 

There was an update on the Renew Atlanta projects at the meeting Wednesday night. The three projects are Alaska to Elizabeth on North Highland, Edgewood @ Euclid and Krog Street at Lake Ave. Read more here. 


 IPNA BLOG

Neighborhood Meeting: Jenkins Metal Redevelopment

The developers of the Jenkins Metals site, Thrive Homes, has scheduled a meeting for the neighborhood to learn of and discuss its plans.  
The meeting will be at Little 5 Points Community Center on Monday November 13th at 6:30pm.
This site is crucially important.  Its proximity to the Beltline means that what gets developed there will influence how we all experience that vital feature of our neighborhood.  The site also occupies a defining piece of geography.  It defines the transition from the denser mixed commercial/residential developments that exist along the Beltline corridor (Krog Street Market, the Alexan, etc.) to the quieter and less dense residential areas.  What ends up being built here will have a significant impact on the character of our neighborhood.  If you can, please plan to attend the meeting.

Inman Park Tree Planting

Inman Park Watch and Trees Atlanta are postponing the neighborhood tree planting originally scheduled for this Saturday, January 13. The new date is Saturday, March 3. This year's planting honors longtime tree enthusiast and neighborhood activist Cathy Bradshaw. Look for additional details in upcoming issues of the Advocator and at www.inmanparktrees.com