Thursday Night Meeting:
Meet your Representatives, Book your seat on the Beltline Tour w/ WHNA, & Learn about the latest and BIGGEST issue our neighborhood has faced
Woodland Hills Neighborhood Association Events
This weeks General Assembly meeting is a unique and important one.
First, we are excited to announce the following special guests...
Mary Margaret Oliver (Georgia House Representative)
Burrell Ellis (Dekalb County Chief Executive Officer)
Kathie Gannon (Dekalb County Commissioner)
Gary Cornell (Dekalb Director of Planning and Sustainability)
Please join us in an open discussion with our government representatives. Bring your questions, concerns and ideas to share with the people that directly make things happen for our community.
Secondly, WHNA has booked our group reservation for 15 residents to take a Beltline tour on June 23rd from 9:30am-12:30pm. Since our space on this tour is extremely limited, we will accept reservations from our residents on a first come first serve basis. RSVP for this tour AT the general assembly meeting this Thursday.
Finally, The City of Atlanta Department of Watershed Management is planning on building an overflow sewage capacity system less than a mile from our neighborhood. Two tanks, between 10-12 million gallons and anywhere between 15-30 feet above ground will be put at 2061 Lidell Dr NE (Right near the Barking Hound Village).
In the event of overcapacity in the main trunk, a tunneled pipe would carry diluted sewage overflow via active pumping to two above ground tanks on the Lidell property, and as capacity in the main trunk dissipated, would then release the overflow back into the main trunk via gravity flow.
We will talk more about this at our quarterly meeting, however a public meeting is being held Wednesday, May 30, at 6:30 pm at Rock Springs Presbyterian Church (1824 Piedmont Ave).
PLEASE MAKE EVERY EFFORT TO MAKE THIS MEETING. IT IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN EVER FOR OUR VOICES TO BE HEARD.
Thursday, May 24
Peachtree Baptist Church
Corner of LaVista and Briarcliff