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Springvale Park South Herbicide Treatment

The Springvale Park Committee together with Inman Park Tree Watch has this announcement for visitors to the southern portion of the park, i.e., the natural area that lies between Euclid and Edgewood. Trees Atlanta will be applying herbicide to invasive ground covers in that half of the park on Friday, November 8, and Monday, November 11. If you regularly hike or walk your dog there, you should find a different location on those two days. Thank you for your cooperation. Contact Jim Abbot, 404-281-0638, if you have a question. 

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Making Our Parks People Places

Mark Your Calendars!

How can we ensure that our environment supports and encourages healthy lifestyles? What benefits can parks and park access have for public health?  Dee Merriam, a nationally recognized expert, will provide answers to these questions and to any question you may have.  Join your neighbors at the Trolley Barn on September 14th at 7:00 for dessert and coffee followed by Ms. Merriam’s presentation at 7:30.  This event is sponsored by Tree Watch and Lifelong Inman Park. 

The “Elegant” Beltline Solution

The “Elegant” Beltline Solution and Dekalb 670-690

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. Look at the Site Plan.

Level One

Two options for the Streetcar/Light rail solution will be presented to the Federal Government to get major funding and have already been selected.

Option A: the Streetcar/Light rail will run in its own right of way which is principally next to and part of the Beltline pathway and go straight South, underneath Dekalb and the Yard.

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