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Volunteer for the 1st Quarter BeltLine Clean Up, March 19

Volunteer for the 1st Quarter BeltLine Clean Up, March 19

ATLANTA – If you didn’t already know, the Historic Fourth Ward Park Conservancy, along with AMLI, the Fourth Ward Alliance and HeelGuide has adopted the portion of the park between North Avenue and Ralph McGill Avenue and upon adoption they resolved to perform quarterly project s and maintenance.

The first quarterly project will be cleaning trash and the basic removal of plants like Kudzu. Participants will meet in the AMLI clubroom at 9AM. All tools will be provided and all participants must sign liability waivers, in order to participate. The cleanup will end at noon.

For more information contact: info@h4wpc.org

Councilmember Hall hosts H4WP Walking Tours, March 19th

Councilmember Hall hosts H4WP Walking Tours, March 19th

ATLANTA -- Be sure to join City Councilmember Kwanza Hall and City Watershed Commissioner Dexter White for coffee, donuts and walking tours of Phase I of Historic Fourth Ward Park on Saturday, March 19th at 10AM.  

Neighbors should meet at the Dallas Street entrance to the park, near the AMLI Old Fourth Ward Apartments, which are located at 525 Glen Iris Drive. Coffee and donuts will be donated by Sublime Doughnuts.

For more information follow Kwanza Hall on Twitter at: @District2ATL

Mark your calendar for meeting to address Zone 6 Beat Redesign

Mark your calendar for meeting to address Zone 6 Beat Redesign

ATLANTA – Per the Atlanta Police Department, please note the Atlanta Police Department’s Zone 6 Beat Redesign Informational Meeting planned March 31st for the East Atlanta Library has changed locations.

The new location is the Entrepreneurium, 1599-A Memorial Drive SE, Atlanta 30317. The meeting still will be held at 7PM.

5% Day at All Metro Atlanta Whole Foods Stores

5% Day at All Metro Atlanta Whole Foods Stores

ATLANTA – Tomorrow, March 9th, all Metro Atlanta Whole Foods stores will be offering five percent off sales.  

This week, all proceeds from the five percent of sales of Whole Foods will be donated to the Wheat Street Urban Gardens. The Wheat Street Urban Garden is an eight acre self sustained organic farm/park and agriculture training center near the Old 4th Ward.

For more information on the Wheat Street Urban Garden visit www.trulylivingwell.com

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Participate in One of Five Atlanta BeltLine Study Groups: Transit Implementation Strategy

Participate in One of Five Atlanta BeltLine Study Groups: Transit Implementation Strategy

ATLANTA – (submitted by the Atlanta Beltline) 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.

Historic Fourth Ward Park (H4WP) Opens Along BeltLine

Historic Fourth Ward Park (H4WP) Opens Along BeltLine

ATLANTA – The construction fences are down and the new O4W Park is ready for visitors. This park is the first addition to open along the newly renovated Beltline.

Historic Fourth Ward Park (H4WP) is a 35-acre Atlanta green space stretching roughly from North Avenue to Freedom Parkway. It is the first new Atlanta Beltline Park. Its first phase of construction, consisting of a stormwater detention pond that will become the central amenity of the larger park, broke ground on October 15, 2008.

For more info about the Historic Fourth Ward Park Conservancy, check out the Conservancy’s website at http://www.h4wpc.com/. Please consider joining the Conservancy to have a voice in the betterment of your neighborhood.