MLPA ANNUAL MEETING–Monday, November 13 at 7 PM at Morningside Presbyterian Church, come meet your neighbors and hear about plans for the coming year. The nominations committee will present candidates for the 2018 MLPA Board:
- Charlie Nalbone, President
- Sally Bayless, Vice President
- Grant Gandy, Secretary
- Lynn Ayers, Treasurer
- Sonny Jones, Membership
- Marti Breen, Communications
- John Ayers, Zoning
- Kim Cobb, Traffic
- Julia Payne, Parks
- Phyllis Wingo, Neighborhood Watch
- Ben Nemo & David Hecht, Security
- Austin Hall, At Large
- Marianne Scharbo-Dehaan, At Large
- Kevin Tanner, At Large
Volunteers are still needed to fill positions and serve on committees. Consider giving a few hours a month to make our neighborhood even better–send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
SAVE THE DATE–Saturday, Nov. 18, 8:30 AM-12:30 PM, Sidney Marcus Park. Help clean up the park and give us your ideas about how it can be improved. Bring your own tools/gloves and we’ll have jobs available for all sizes and levels of ability. Contact John Pappas or Christa Martin with questions or to RSVP so we have an idea how many people to expect.
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.
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.
It is imperative that neighbors review and submit comments on their proposal. Click to review plans. The comment period has closed but you may contact them through their website.