|MSAA March 23rd 2006 Mtg held at The
meeting was held at the newly renovated
Chris Faussemagne and James Brearley of
Weaver and Woodbery presented the renovation plans
for The White Provisions Building located at the intersection of Howell Mill
Benefit for The Bridge at Pangaea Restaurant
Raphael, chef and owner of Pangaea Restaurant and Beth Pann,
development director for The Bridge, presented information on an evening with
The Bridge Dining Club on
The Bridge has been part of The Westside community for over 36 years and provides therapeutic services to troubled youth and their families. MSAA is proud to jointly host this event along with The Downtown Neighborhood Association and The Home Park Community Improvement Association. Everyone is welcome to attend. So, please help us spread the word.
Safety and Crime
Officers from Zone 5 discussed the recent rise in crime and January statistics, up 11% from 2005.
crime in the city of
Gen Mondrub along with several other members of the
Peebles gave an update on the cell phone tower construction behind
Ball of Central Atlanta Progress presented Imagine Downtown, CAP’s blueprint/vision for downtown
working with PATH to bring bike paths from Tech down
former Traxx Nightclub building and
Rob Smulian, the Executive Director, announced The
Contemporary’s plans to apply for a liquor license rather than event permits,
for gallery openings and special events. MSAA is supporting their request. Rob
also talked about their spring fundraiser on
To connect with businesses in the Artery, contact Shana Byrd at Endenu firstname.lastname@example.org, our B2B chair.
Hall, our Safety Committee Chair, gave info on the recent shootings at Dancers
Elite, which seem internal to the club, according to police. Zone 5 police response
time is down to 9 minutes. Speeding along
NPU-E/Land Use Updates
Curt Flaherty, VP, Land Use Chair and NPU-E representative
-Fantasy Fare has closed.
Uptown Comedy Club,
-Toscano & Sons Italian Market will be opening at Brickworks (across from Octane) this summer. They will sell Italian wine and beer, cheese, etc. MSAA approved their beer wine request at the March Land Use Committee meeting.
Property Group proposed name change for
street abandonment of
by Atlanta Fire Chief Dennis L. Rubin on ACERT, The Atlanta Citizen Emergency Response Team (ACERT). The ACERT training program
will prepare thousands of
Disaster preparedness Disaster medical training CPR
Fire safety Light Search and Rescue
Beltline Community Engagement Framework
Atlanta Development Authority (ADA) has provided all community stakeholders
with a toolkit to conduct public workshops in order to gather feedback from the
Bureau of Housing and Code Compliance
Inspects residential and commercial properties and is also responsible for overgrown, littered, vacant lots, junked inoperable vehicles and the graffiti ordinance. They can be contacted between the hours of and at 404-330-6131. Or fax violation information to 404-330-7084.
Good to know…………
Atlanta Police Department – www.atlantapd.org
Police Zone 1 – 404-799-2487
Police Zone 5 – 404-658-7054
District 2 City Councilmember – Kwanza Hall – 404-330-6038
District 3 City Councilmember – Ivory Young – 404-330-6046
Thank-you Maria Mollise for taking notes at the meeting!