July IPNA Meeting Highlights

Regan Hammond gave updates on Renew Atlanta and the plans for 3 upcoming projects: Euclid and Edgewood, Krog St and Lake Ave and N. Highland from Alaska to Elizabeth St. Full plan details will be available at Inmanpark.org.

Little 5 Pts Halloween Parade Permit approved. parade will be on October 21, 2017. 

Anna Foote from the Atlanta Commercial Improvement District came to discuss Findley Plaza and Bass Fields. Residents strongly voiced their desire to maintain Bass Fields as green space where kids can play instead of developing the land into a parking deck or other structure. IPNA Pres Neil Kinkopf expressed the IPNA's desire to have a neighborhood rep become part of the the CID's process. 

Lifelong Inman Park was amended with a unanimous vote and then approved. Thanks to Cathy Berger, Kathleen Busko and all who worked on this. 

There was an application submitted for a commercial redistricting of the Villa de Grip property across the street from Sotto Sotto. They want to go from residential to commercial and add two buildings which would include restaurant space, office space and a parking garage. This will be heard at next month's meeting. 

John Wright is running for School Board spoke at the end. He lives in Grant Park and helped to start the Charter School. Johnwright4kids.com to learn more. 

As always a full transcript of the meeting will be available shortly in the IPNA website. But the best way to know what's going on is to get involved and attend the meetings! 

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