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Little Five Points Alliance Bylaws

The Little Five Points Alliance, INC, has written their Bylaws. Please read them over. We will be voting on them at our June meeting, Wednesday, June 19. If you have any questions or concerns please email [email protected] 

Click here to read. 

Streets Alive-Sunday, June 9, 2019

Streets Alive is on Sunday, June 9, 2019, 2:00 pm to 8:00 pm. It's over 8.8 miles long and include the closure of Dekalb Ave. It's a great day to walk on streets we normally drive. Put on your walking shoes, jump on your bike or bring your skateboard and enjoy pedestrian friendly streets. For those in cars please be patient. MARTA has a revised bus schedule for the day. Read it hereClick here for a large map of the route. 

 

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IPNA Board Transition 2019

 

Last night the IPNA Board and Committee Heads met to welcome our 4 new board members and say thanks to the board members who completed their terms. Welcome to new VP of Security Kevin Curry, Secretary, Julie Noble, VP of Communications, Melissa Miller and Historic Preservation Sara Wittich. Thanks to Thom Abelew, Ro Lawson, David Bikoff and Cristy Lenz for successfully competing their two year terms. Thanks to all our volunteers who work so hard to make our neighborhood the lovely community it is. 

 

IPNA May 2019 Agenda

 The Inman Park Neighborhood Association Meeting will begin at 7:00 pm, Wednesday, May 15, 2019, Trolley Barn. Please note the meeting begins a half-hour earlier this month to accommodate our state lawmakers, Rep Park Cannon, Rep. David Dreyer, and Sen. Nan Orrock. They will attend our meeting to update us on legislative matters. Please adjust your schedule to attend. Our regular IPNA meeting agenda will follow. 

Agenda: 

  • Sagirah Jones, Community Engagement Coordinator for the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition: Atlanta Streets Alive - Cross-City,
  • Beverly Miller for Pat Westrick: May Porch Party
  •   Election of IPNA Board Members
  • Hulsey Yards Visioning Committee Update
  • Request for Budget Items - due July 31
  • Formation of IPNA Planning Committee

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Hulsey Yard Master Plan Pop-up

Caterpillar Ball 2019

  • Caterpillar Ball: Thursday, April 25, 5p-7p, IPCP Outdoor Classroom. $4 per person (Cash Only) Caterpillar Ball is intended for Inman Park and Inman Park preschool kids so we don’t publicize information on the Festival website. Caterpillar Ball is the first official event of the Inman Park Festival and Tour of Homes and it’s happening this Thursday! Hayrides! Food! Games! Cupcakes! And COSTUMES!! Caterpillar Ball has it all! This Ball is for children of all ages! Costumes are fun and highly encouraged but not required. Hayrides, generously provided by Bo Bradshaw are from 5:30-6:30pm. Cupcakes, generously donated by The Highland Bakery, come in vanilla and chocolate and your child can decorate it with frosting and sprinkles! PS If you or your middle/high schooler would like to volunteer, please use this link https://signup.com/go/ccFPUkZ. I need for help! 

Kids Zone Schedule 2019

SATURDAY, April 27th 

11:30 Kids Yoga
12:00 Storytelling by Tosinger
1:00 Circus Camp’s Aerial Performance
1:30 Paniflov’s Performing Pets
2:00 Festival Parade
3:30 Paniflov’s Performing Pets
4:00 Circus Camp’s Aerial Performance
5:00 Miss Ladybug’s Pollination Playstation

SUNDAY, April 28th
11:30 Kids Yoga
12:00 Paniflov’s Performing Pets
12:30 Atlanta Irish Dance Performance
2:00 Paniflov’s Performing Pets
3:00 Queen Emerelda from Fairyland
4:00 Miss Ladybug’s Pollination Playstation

Calling All Golf Carts

Calling all golf carts!!

It's time more neighbors got involved in Atlanta's zaniest and most colorful parade. If a float seems like too much to manage this late in the game (apathetic chicken), think about competing in the Neighborhood Golf Cart Contest! Flowers - butterflies - balloons - streamers - skeletons? Anything goes! Just gussy up that golf buggy and give it a whirl!   

In addition to the sheer fame and glory of simply being in the Parade, you could win an AMAZING blue ribbon to pass on to your grandchildren.

Email [email protected] to register and for more information.  (You gotta register!)

May Porch Party 2019

The May Porch Party is at the home of Marji McCullough and Dirk Schroeder, at 196 Waverly Way. It's on Friday, May 31, 2019 at 7:30 pm.

Festival Street Closings

Please pay close attention to the street closing and remove your cars from the streets prior to the closing in order to avoid being towed. 

 

Closed Friday, Saturday, Sunday:

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L5P/Findley Plaza Pavers

There's a lot going on in Little 5 Points and you can be a part of it! Get your name on a paver in Findley Plaza or adopt an item in Little 5 Points to help in the beautification effort. 

Read the latest update below to find out more!

 

Candler Park Neighborhood Organization: Monday April 15, 2019

Inman Park Neighborhood Association: Wednesday April 17, 2019

 

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IPNA April 2019 Meeting Agenda

The IPNA Meeting will be held Thursday, April 18, 2019, 7:30 pm at the Trolley Barn. Please note, our meeting is not being held on Wednesday this month. We voted to move the meeting too Thursday to accommodate a Trolley Barn booking. 

Meeting Agenda Items:

  • MARTA: Colleen Kieran, Senior Director for Government & Community Affairs - Inman Park / Reynoldstown Station                                Improvement
  • The Daily Pilates: Lily Collins, Owner
  • Meeting with GaTech Student Planning Association
  • Hulsey Yards Visioning Committee Update
  • Krog St. Market Update
  • Formation of IPNA Planning Committee
  • Alcohol license applications: Cold Beer & Shake ShackNew
  • Project with Atlanta History Center
  • Formation of Communication Committee
  • Eileen Rhea Brown-Film Committee Update
  • Cooper Pierce-Festival Update
  • Al Caproni and Chris Curley: L5P Update-ARC Livable Centers Initiative Supplemental Grant Proposal

Welcome and Introduction of Newcomers  

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IPNA March 2019 Meeting Agenda

 

The Inman Park Neighborhood Association Meeting is Wednesday, March 20, 2019, 7:30 pm at the Trolley Barn. The meeting agenda is listed below. All are welcome and encouraged to attend.

Coming to a meeting is the best way to find out what's going on in your community. 

Agenda Summary: 

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Renew Atlanta/TSPLOST Survey/Update

 

February 26- March 7, 2019, the City of Atlanta hosted public engagement meetings in support of its Renew Atlanta Bond/TSPLOST program prioritization and rebaselining efforts.

The meetings were held at four locations – one in each quadrant of the City. The purpose of these meetings was to inform the public about the program’s status, funding shortfalls, and to receive feedback for consideration in prioritizing the project list. The format for the public engagement meetings consisted of two parts: 1) a general overview was presented by the City’s Deputy COO, Joshua Williams, and Renew Atlanta/TSPLOST Interim General Manager, Michele Wynn; 2) small-group breakout sessions were held to provide constituents with a more detailed overview of the three proposed prioritization scenarios and delved deeper into the project list. Constituents also had the opportunity to ask questions, provide suggestions to the staff recommended list, and leave comments for response and/or consideration. Throughout the public engagement meetings, Council President Moore and Council Members Westmoreland, Dickens, Bond, Farokhi, Ide, Smith, Shook, Matzigkeit, Hillis, Boone, Overstreet, and Sheperd attended one or more meetings.

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Festival Golf Cart Access

There are new rules for personal golf carts during Inman Park Festival this year. Personal Golf carts will not be allowed in the festival footprint during festival hours. They may park nearby. The only exception is Butterfly Ball. Personal golf carts will be allowed near the tent Friday night. 

Below is a map that details where personal golf carts will be allowed Saturday and Sunday.

Golf Cart Map.pdf

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March Porch Party

The March Porch Party is Friday, March 29, 2019 at 7:30 pm. Our hosts are Ann and Jeff Cramer at 1054 Austin Ave. All are welcome! Bring your drink-of-choice and an appetizer to share. We'll see you there!

IPNA February Meeting Agenda

The Inman Park Neighborhood Association Meeting will be held Wednesday, February 20, 2019, 7:30 pm at the Trolley Barn. The following items are on the agenda. All are welcome. 

  • MARTA: Colleen Kieran - Inman Park / Reynoldstown Station Improvements
  •  Asana Partners: Brian Purcell - Delivery truck parking, ride-share provider access, parking deck way-finding signage, and landscaping contractor protocol at Krog Street Market
  •  Trees Atlanta: Kelly Ridenhour - Green Streets and Clean Streams smart planter installation to help manage and analyze stormwater runoff
  •  Atlanta Habitat for Humanity ReStore: Shelley Megede - Opportunities for community involvement
  •  Atlanta History Center: Nasim Fluker - Opportunity for increased neighborhood involvement and broader exposure for IPNA’s current exhibit at the center
  •  Freedom Park Conservancy: Laura Henninghausen, Executive Director, and Harriett Lane, Board President - FPC U
  • Formation of new IPNA Planning CommitteeIPNA Business Meeting
  •   Liquor License Requests:  1) Revelator Coffee Company, LLC d/b/a Hazel Jane’s Wine and Coffee and 2) Skinny’s Hot Chicken

  • Update on 320 N. Highland Avenue
  • AUDC application: 1077 Alta Avenue
  • Volunteer Event Recap
  •  Implementation of MemberClicks Membership Fees
  •  Formation of new IPNA Finance Committee
  •  Cooper Pierce, IPNA Festival co-Chair: Festival Update

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Renew Atlanta/TSPLOST Update

This is the follow up letter from Renew Atlanta after last week's public meeting. Please fill out the survey. Under projects you support please select "Complete Streets" and add "Euclid Ave" and "N. Highland". 

On behalf of Renew Atlanta/TSPLOST Interim General Manager, Michele Wynn, thank you for attending our first round of Prioritization & Rebaselining Public Engagement Meetings. We know your time is valuable and we appreciate your interest and commitment in helping us during this prioritization effort. 

As we discussed in these meetings, the cost to deliver the full scope of the initial program considerably exceeds the funding available from the Renew Atlanta Bond and TSPLOST revenues. Thus, we are working diligently to transparently prioritize and re-baseline the initial program lists to deliver the greatest impact to Atlanta’s above-ground infrastructure and transportation network with the available funds. Through this re-baselining, we are dedicated to engaging you, the stakeholders, to help inform the process. 

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Porch Party

Porch Parties are back!  February's party will be at the home of Melissa Miller and Thom Abelew, 211 Hurt Street, on February 22, 7:30. Bring the beverage of your choice and a snack to share!

IPNA Volunteer Event