MLPA CONCERT IN SIDNEY MARCUS PARK. Don’t miss the last concert of the season and a movie! Grab the kids and meet us at Sidney Marcus Park at 6:00 PM on Friday, October 20.
MLPA YARD SALE–Fall is a great time to whittle down your inventory and make a little extra cash. The MLPA Events Committee is making it easy for you by presenting a neighborhood wide yard sale! Join us at Anshi S’fard, 1324 N. Highland Ave. on Sunday, October 22. Set up begins at noon and the sale goes on 1:00-4:00 PM. Reserve your spot now. No charge to MLPA residents that bring their own table, or you can rent a table for a minimal charge. Click HERE to claim your place at the sale.
STAND UP MORNINGSIDE–Campaign to expand the Morningside Security Patrol to cover more early morning shifts. Now only about 20% of our residents are supporting our crime fighting efforts–Join now as a Security Plus member and be entered in a chance to win a free year of membership! Plus you’ll be joining with your neighbors to Stand Up for our neighborhood and receive a yard sign with your house number.
SAVE THE DATE–Monday, November 13 at 7:00 PM, the MLPA Annual Meeting will be held at Morningside Presbyterian Church. The nominating committee is looking for a few good candidates. If you are interested in helping make our neighborhood stronger, email email@example.com with subject line volunteer for board.
CELEBRATION OF SUMMER 2017, Please support our business sponsors for Celebration of Summer by patronizing their businesses:
Presenting Sponsor: Sonny Alston, Dorsey Alston Realtors
Sponsors: Ansley Eye Care, JW Ayers Plumbing, Ken Covers, Engel Voelker Atlanta Intown, DBA Barbecue, Chase Horner, Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s, Kevin McGlynn, Dorsey Alston Realtors, Carmen Pope, Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s, Kirk Rich, Kirk for Atlanta, Pureluxe Pet Food, Susan Schlittler, Homestead Realtors, Amanda Strawser, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Georgia, Varuni Napoli, and Sally Westmoreland, Coldwell Banker.
MLPA POSITION ON RENEW ATLANTA PLANS FOR MONROE / BOULEVARD–MLPA believes that the issues with traffic and pedestrian safety on Monroe must be addressed in a holistic way that does not simply transfer the problem to another part of the neighborhood. For over a year, the MLPA has been working with the City of Atlanta and RenewAtlanta to communicate this. We recently met with Renew Atlanta again, and forwarded this letter to their office and our City Council Representatives. See the Committees>Traffic page for more info.
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