August 20, 2019

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ZOO ATLANTA BOARD OF DIRECTORS FORMS NEW DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION COMMITTEE Zoo Atlanta announces the formation of a new Board of Directors committee that will be focused specifically on one of its core values. The new Diversity and Inclusion Committee will take Zoo Atlanta’s existing commitment to equal opportunities to a new level by identifying exciting new ways to incorporate diversity across all aspects of the organization.

 
  GPNA Meeting Agenda - Tuesday, July 16, 2019 We hope you can join us tonight.

 
 
 
 
GPNA Meeting Minutes - 2019 June Date:                      June 18, 2019
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  2019 Public Notices of Assessment Real property notices of assessment were mailed on June 18th. The deadline to file appeals is August 2, 2019. Visit our Helpful Information page to learn more about property assessments.

 
 
 
 
More MARTA needs to move more quickly At BeltLine Rail Now, the “Now” part is as important as “Rail.” That’s why we’re disappointed that MARTA doesn't plan to build light rail on the full loop until the 2040s. We had high hopes after MARTA’s board voted to include most of the BeltLine on its project list last year, but this plan careens down the wrong track.

 
  Start - Erskine Fountain This weekend, the Friends of Erskine are having a fundraiser at the Grant Mansion to raise more funds, so we hope you can join us for a night divine to support the Erskine! Bites, spirits, live entertainment, silent auction, and lots of good folks like you.

 
 
 
 
Point of Interest - Atlanta Preservation Center The Atlanta Preservation Center is the City’s private non-profit preservation organization. It was founded in 1979 to promote the preservation of Atlanta's architecturally, historically and culturally significant buildings, neighborhoods and landscapes through education and advocacy. Throughout its operation the Atlanta Preservation Center (APC) has worked to make a richer environment in the City by advocating for Atlanta’s historic resources. They have sought to bring an awareness of the existence and value of a diverse range of treasures and to propose ways in which they can be made viable assets for use and purpose in the life of the City.

 
  #1 - 348 Ormond St SE Mike Schatz didn’t have a lot of renovating to do when he moved into his 3-2 Victorian on Ormond Street more than 16 years ago. Good thing. Not only did he have two kids – 2 and 6 –but his creative energies were more aimed toward other forms of drama. Who has time for arguing with contractors – much less hanging trim or laying tile – when trying to focus on writing plays, doing voiceovers for shows like Archer and Aqua Teen Hunger Force where he played the character Emory and was the voice of the Atlanta Braves for over 10 seasons.

 
 
 
 
#2 - 474 Park Ave SE Carl and Rob began their love affair with historic homes in 2003 when they purchased their first Grant Park project on Ormewood Avenue. Six years after fully restoring the home, they were ready to find their next Grant Park “diamond in the rough,” so in the summer of 2009 they sold their Ormewood home and purchased this 2-story, 5-bedroom Queen Anne Victorian in immaculately original condition (the previous owner had a penchant for historic preservation).

 
  #3 - 455 Park Ave Danielle and Thomas Philipose did not grow up down South. She’s from Paducah, Kentucky and he’s from Denver. But this couple has fully embraced a hallmark of Southern life: front porch hospitality.

 
 
 
 
#4 - 476 Bryan St Larry and Lyn Montagne must have had to look hard to see the beauty in the Victorian on Bryan Street when they bought it in 1981. The house not only had gaping holes through the roof and floors but it had legal action against it from the city. The Montagnes knew with the right effort (sweat, sawing and hammering) they could turn it into an abode warm enough to eventually raise three children.

 
  #5 - 361 Park Ave A light & bright theme has always been the couple’s aesthetic, carrying their “All White” exterior from their last home to this new renovation. Alison being a Realtor @ Adams Realtors since 2006, having an interior design practice as well, knew just how lucky she was when she found this home prior to hitting the market that had only two families as owners prior to them.

 
 
 
 
Tour of Homes Volunteers Needed! Greetings Grant Park Neighbors,
 
It’s that time of year again for the GPNA Spring Tour of Homes. This is our 45th 


 
  #6 - 656 Bryan St Erin Hall’s story with her Grant Park home is just beginning! She moved into the house only a few months ago. But like several other homeowners on our tour, Erin can put some professional skills to work as she settles in. She has a background in interior and graphic design. She enjoys the process of transforming a space into something new and different. She collects vintage art and furniture. She owned a mid-century furniture shop Brooklyn, New York before relocating to Nashville. Now, she’s back in Atlanta, where she is from originally.

 
 
 
 
#7 - 630 Hansell St Walk in the front door and a bright, white-themed interior offers a clean backdrop for a charming home that is filled with unique art, modern style, a spiral staircase, an open kitchen and plenty of historic elements that have been retained. The stunning decor in this magazine-worthy home makes it a worthy venue for hip parties, while also offering the comforts everyone wants for day-to-day living.

 
  #8 - 619 Rosalia St Peter and Amy Revelas undertook a major change in life in 2012 when they purchased their turn-of-the-century Faux Victorian. In a way moving to Atlanta’s first historic neighborhood brought them exactly the house they wanted. But like so many incoming folks over the last decades they had to make some updates. They learned the renovating often never ends.

 
 
 
 
Point of Interest - Grant Park Community Garden at 953 Boulevard An urban adventure in sustainable gardening with private food plots & Plant-A-Row-For-The-Hungry program.

 
  2019 Proposed Budget






2019 GPNA Proposed Budget


 
  Point of Interest - Eventide Brewing Eventide Brewing was formed out of friendship and a love of good beer. Nathan, Haley, and Geoffrey all met at Georgia Southern, and later on began to experiment with homemade pickles, mustard, cheese, and beer. Nathan and Geoffrey’s first batch of beer was brewed on a “Mr. Beer” kit. Shortly after realizing they needed to upgrade, Nathan fabricated a three kettle brew system, which is still used to create our test brews today. Mathew joined the team a few years later after being introduced to the group through one of Haley’s close friends. The combination of everyone’s background and talents has allowed us to build this company from the ground up, become closer friends, and craft award winning beer. We are very happy to call Atlanta home and to provide this great city with offerings that will really show what “Craft” can be. To us, great doesn’t have to be complicated.

 
 
 
 
City of Atlanta Department of Public Works Announcement The City of Atlanta Department of Public Works sent a reminder that as of April 1, all bulk pick-ups must be scheduled. There will be a maximum of 12 scheduled bulk pick-ups per year. Bulk collection can be scheduled by contacting ATL311 at least one business day in advance. Learn more at www.atlantaga.gov/solidwaste

 
  GPNA LUZ & T meeting to be rescheduled Grant Park Neighborhood Association's Land Use, Zoning, and Transportation meeting cancelled tonight and will be rescheduled next week. Please forward to any neighbors that might be planning on attending. Date and time will be sent ASAP.

 
 
 
 
GPNA Meeting Agenda - Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Welcome! Housekeeping and Meeting Conduct




  • Welcome to the general membership monthly meeting of GPNA. The GPNA meets the third Tuesday of every month at 7:30 p.m. in the Coca-Cola World Studio of the Activity Resource

 
  GPNA Meeting Minutes - 2019 January Date:                      January 15, 2019
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  GPNA Meeting Agenda - Monday, January 15, 2019

Welcome! Housekeeping and Meeting Conduct:




  • Welcome to the general membership monthly meeting of GPNA. The GPNA meets the third Tuesday of every month at 7:30 p.m

 
 


Upcoming Events
GPNA General Meeting
3rd Tuesday of Month 7:30 PM from Aug 20, 2019 until Sep 15, 2020 
SEACS Meeting
4th Thursday of Month 7 PM - 8 PM from Aug 22, 2019 
Summer Shade Festival
Saturday & Sunday Aug 24, 2019 until Aug 25, 2019 
Grant Park Homes and History Committee Meeting
3rd Monday of Month 7 PM - 8:30 PM from Aug 26, 2019 until Jun 22, 2020 
GPNA Technology Committee Meeting
5th Tuesday of Month 8 PM - 9:30 PM from Aug 27, 2019 until Dec 24, 2019 
NPU-W Transportation Committee Meeting
3rd Wednesday of Month 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM from Aug 28, 2019 
Joint NPU-W and GPNA Public Safety Committee Meeting
3rd Wednesday of Month 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM from Aug 28, 2019 
NPU-W General Body Meeting
4th Wednesday of Month 7:30 PM from Aug 28, 2019 
NPU-W Land Use & Zoning Meeting
1st Tuesday of Month 7 PM - 8 PM from Sep 3, 2019 
GPNA Transportation & Land Use and Zoning Meeting
3rd Thursday of Month 7 PM - 8:30 PM from Sep 5, 2019 
GPNA Steering Committee Meeting
2nd Monday of Month 7 PM - 8:30 PM from Sep 9, 2019 
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