MLPA MASTER PLAN INPUT STILL NEEDED–Thanks to all who came to the Master Plan Meeting February 5th. If you missed that session or didn’t have a chance to complete your input, you can record your feedback here by clicking the Online Survey link. Check back here for updates on the process and news on how you can become involved.
MORNINGSIDE MILE REGISTRATION OPEN–MLPA and the Virginia-Highland Civic Association (VHCA) are teaming up with Homegrown Restaurants (Doc Chey’s, Dragon Bowl, & Osteria) for the 8th Annual Morningside Mile, Sunday, March 25, 2-7 PM. This year’s race and block party will be bigger and better than ever! Click here to learn more and register to run. Even if you don’t plan to race, join us in Morningside Village for the ROCK N. HIGHLAND BLOCK PARTY–all race and party profits go to revitalize the N. Highland corridor.
MLPA CONCERTS IN THE PARK KICK OFF–Join us Friday, March 23 at 6:00 PM at Sidney Marcus Park for the first of the 2018 MLPA Concerts in the Park. Free and family-friendly, these gatherings feature Carter Rude & Friends Band, food trucks and carts, and some of the best neighbors in Atlanta. So grab your blanket or chairs, the family, and a cooler and join us!
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.