Beltline goodness

In one of the efforts that may succeed in relieving Atlantans’s collective depression, the Atlanta Development Authority will be holding a Beltline related meeting on May 5. I found this out through my local (VaHi) civic association e-mail

Note: As part of ongoing work to explore a Tax Allocation District (TAD) for the BeltLine, the City and the Atlanta Development Authority (ADA) will hold a kickoff meeting on Thursday, May 5 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Old City Council Chambers.

The meeting marks the beginning of the redevelopment planning process and will cover the basics of the BeltLine, findings from the TAD Feasibility study and interactive exercises to develop vision and goals. Information will also be available about upcoming workshops.

The city is also going to start working on the sidewalks on Los Angelos between Maryland and Brookridge soon. This is going to interupt my personal walking pattern a little bit. See, you can learn all sorts of things from your neighborhood associations!

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