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Community input needed for Public Library System

Community input needed for Public Library System

ATLANTA -- (submitted by EACA) Please join us at one of the following public meetings to provide input on what you would like to see in your new library.

Southeast Atlanta Library - Tuesday, March 22, 7:00 p.m.

Atlanta BeltLine Study Group at Trees Atlanta

Atlanta BeltLine Study Group at Trees Atlanta

GRANT PARK -- (submitted by East Atlanta Community Association) Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. is developing a strategy to implement transit for the Atlanta BeltLine.  In 2012, voters in the Atlanta region will be given the opportunity to approve a 1% sales tax for transit and transportation projects. 

Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.

East Atlanta Parents Network Hosts Large Playgroup

East Atlanta Parents Network Hosts Large Playgroup

GRANT PARK – Don’t worry about scheduling your play date, this week, the East Atlanta Parents Network has already done the work for you.

This weekend, on March 12th, the East Atlanta Parents Network is hosting a large playgroup for all ages at Brownwood Park recreation Center from 11AM until 1PM.

The group has invited special musical guest, Miss Tiara, to entertain the children and an arts and crafts activity which will be presented by volunteers from Martha Brown United Methodist Church. Brownwood Park Recreation Center is located at 537 Park Avenue in Southeast Atlanta.

City of Atlanta Solid Waste Services Resume Friday, January 14, 2011

City of Atlanta Solid Waste Services Resume Friday, January 14, 2011

ATLANTA --- The Department of Public Works will resume collection of household garbage on Friday, January 14, 2011.  Route collections have been delayed due to hazardous road conditions and limited access to our transfer stations. We will work through the weekend to ensure completion of household garbage citywide as follows:

  • Friday, January 14, 2011 - Sunday, January 16, 2011
    Household Garbage Collection Resumes Citywide
  • Monday, January 17, 2011
    No collections due to M L King, Jr.

Solid Waste Collection Delayed Until Roads Improve

Solid Waste Collection Delayed Until Roads Improve

The City of Atlanta desires to keep you informed.  Please be advised that Solid waste collections are delayed due to hazardous road conditions and limited access to our solid waste transfer stations. 

The Department of Public Works will begin collection of routes as road conditions improve. We will work to ensure completion of citywide collection.  Yard trimming collections are delayed until further notice. All route collections are dependent upon weather conditions and accessibility.

To report dangerous ice conditions on streets or traffic signal problems, such as outages, please contact 404.546.2615 or 404.853.3200.