The NPU M Public Safety committee meets at 6:30 PM tonight at Southface – 241 Pine St. Atlanta Ga. 30308.
See you all tonight at Southface!
2015 Bond Infrastructure meetings have been posted to the NPUM Calendar. The referendum, on the November ballot, will help the City of Atlanta catchup on backlog projects. Significant projects are in NPUM. You can see the proposed projects by clicking here. Choose NPU on the top right.
For full details from the city of Atlanta, click here.
The City of Atlanta will begin the second round of public information meetings tonight for the 2015 Proposed Infrastructure Bond. At these meetings, the City will share the results of the first round of information sessions, provide a draft list of potential projects to be considered under the bond, and ask for additional public input.
Agenda includes speakers from:
The Summit will conclude with a one-on-one break out session where you will receive an update to your issues. Get your lists organized!
Sponsored by CoA Council Members:
Atlanta residents, business leaders and other stakeholders will have an opportunity to ask questions about the city of Atlanta’s proposed Fiscal Year 2015 $565,537,987
million city general fund budget during a combined public hearing and virtual town hall meeting at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, May 6, 2014 in the Council Chamber, Atlanta City Hall, second floor, 55 Trinity Avenue, S.W. The meeting will be broadcast live on City Channel 26.
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Please see attached update from GDOT regarding the Spring Street Viaduct replacement. The current bridge is 92 years old and past its useful life. Detours will begin Fall 2014.
Please join your neighbors and concerned citizens at the first NPU-M meeting for 2014. The meeting will be held Monday January 27, 2014 at 6:30 PM at the Helene Mills Center located at 515 John Wesley Dobbs Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30312.
Read the minutes in the link below from the December 2013 meetings.
Please mark your calendars to attend a Neighborhood Leadership Training. This training is on:
RSVP by calling 404.827.8011 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information download the attached file.
City of Atlanta residents and businesses are now required to register their security and burglar alarm systems. In 2012, the Atlanta Police Department responded to 65,000 alarm system activations, 95% of which were false alarms or alarms that were cancelled in route. These calls represent more than six percent of total 911 dispatches. With every call taking an average of 20-30 minutes, the equivalent of 8-12 full-time police officers were dedicated to responding to false alarms, thereby taking away valuable public safety resources from more pressing matters.
Fines assessed for false alarms.