The “Elegant” Beltline Solution
During the presentations on September 21, 2016 at the Trolley Barn, the only thing which became clear was that the issues under discussion reside on three different levels. Those levels need to be separated and understood in order to make informed decisions and votes. An open letter from Klaus Roesch, Architect and City Planner.
IPNA raises concerns with Atlanta Beltline Inc.
IPNA has drafted language that we would like to see ABI commit to. It is IPNA's hope that ABI representatives will address these concerns at our next IPNA meeting (9/21). IPNA also understands the language we have drafted as incorporating all of these concerns and would take ABI's commitment to that language as expressing its commitment to comply with the Ryan Gravel letter.
Lifelong Inman Park Workshop September 29, Thursday
The workshop will be conducted by TSW Planners and the Lifelong Inman Park committee. Councilman Kwanza Hall, with support from IPNA, engaged TSW to develop an action plan to make Lifelong Inman Park a reality. (read about the agenda)
Boost Your Business and Mary Lin’s Rockets!
Do you own a small business that could benefit from increased exposure to the residents of Inman Park and our surrounding neighborhoods? Do you also believe an excellent public school is KEY to a thriving community? If so, the Mary Lin School Partner Program is a WIN-WIN for your business! Supporting the Mary Lin School Partner Program
Merry Artists Market
Inman Park United Methodist Church is excited to host its very first Merry Artists Market!
We will be featuring local artists with an assortment of crafts, jewelry, ceramics, and edible treats that will be perfect for Christmas gifts. We will have a kid zone so kids can stay busy creating fun Christmas crafts while the parents can relax and shop at the market. We cordially invite you to come, shop, and be merry at the 2016 Merry Artists Market!
Inman Park Neighbors' Stroll