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IPNA November Agenda

  1. Welcome & Introduction of Newcomers

  2. Police Officers’ Report

  3. Minutes of Last Meeting

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IPNA October 2017 Meeting Summary

Inman Park Meeting October 2017

 

Officer’s Report

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IPNA October 2017 Meeting Agenda

IPNA October 2017 Agenda


  1. Welcome & Introduction of Newcomers

  2. Police Officers’ Report


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IPNA September 2017 Meeting Summary

IPNA September Meeting Summary

 

IPSP

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IPNA September 2017 Meeting Agenda

IPNA September 2017 Agenda

 

  1. Welcome & Introduction of Newcomers
  2. Police Officers’ Report                                  
  3. Minutes of Last Meeting
  4. Announcements
  5. Elected Officials’ Reports
  6. IPNA Officers’ Reports

 

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August IPNA Meeting Summary

Here is a summary of last night's IPNA meeting at the Trolley Barn: 

Police Report: Police remind residents to call 9-1-1 first if there is an issue to report. Police say they notice a reduction in crime in the neighborhood. They say that robbery clean-up rates are in the 30% which is above the national average. 

Vagrancy and drug use in Little Five Points was discussed. Police say they continue to work on the issue.

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IPNA August Meeting Agenda

IPNA August 2017 Agenda


  1. Welcome & Introduction of Newcomers

  2. Police Officers’ Report


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July IPNA Meeting Highlights

Regan Hammond gave updates on Renew Atlanta and the plans for 3 upcoming projects: Euclid and Edgewood, Krog St and Lake Ave and N. Highland from Alaska to Elizabeth St. Full plan details will be available at Inmanpark.org.

Little 5 Pts Halloween Parade Permit approved. parade will be on October 21, 2017. 

Anna Foote from the Atlanta Commercial Improvement District came to discuss Findley Plaza and Bass Fields. Residents strongly voiced their desire to maintain Bass Fields as green space where kids can play instead of developing the land into a parking deck or other structure. IPNA Pres Neil Kinkopf expressed the IPNA's desire to have a neighborhood rep become part of the the CID's process. 

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July IPNA Meeting Agenda

 

IPNA July 2017 Agenda


1. Welcome & Introduction of Newcomers

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Filming in Inman Park

The art of Filming in Inman Park

Karen Goeckel, Special Events Chair 

I’ve heard stories about a circus that would come to town, setting up in the property that is now Inman Inman Village on Lake Ave (long before the Mead plant stood on the same grounds) while it’s performers and various other hired hands would enjoy the hospitality of nearby residents. –So it is fitting that even now Inman Park is still a place that entices and welcomes “show-folk!”

As Georgia’s film and television industry grew by $1 billion in 2016, generating $7 billion in revenue with 245 feature films and TV shows shot in Georgia. Our beloved “small town downtown” has contributed to the $2.02 billion in direct spending in the state, helping the film industry create a home in Georgia that Governor Deal and Mayor Reed are committed nurture, creating jobs and economic opportunities.

Inman Park has always caught the eye of shrewd location scouts and is a popular on-camera location for motion picture and television filming for many reasons: diverse commercial spaces, historical homes, attractively maintained parks and its proximity to the city. A world can easily be created to resemble 1901 again just as easily as it could reflect modern life, which is why some of the productions filmed in our neighborhood have included Jumanji, Baby Driver, Neighbors 2, Being Mary Jane, What to Expect When You Are Expecting, Zombieland, Hangman, MacGyver, Star, Sleepy Hollow, The Originals, Fast and Furious 7, The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, Kill the Messenger and many, many commercials and music videos.


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IPNA August Agenda

IPNA August 2016 Agenda

 

I. Welcome & Introduction of Newcomers 
II. Minutes of Last Meeting
III. Announcements
         - Little Five Points Halloween Festival

IV. Police Officers’ Reports
V. Elected Officials’ Reports
VI. IPNA Officers’ Reports




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