Three area civic associations points of contact on the proposed Glenwood Ridge Apartments.
From Martha Looney:
“Due to strong public comment on the demolition of the trolley barn and the adverse effects to the adjacent historic neighborhoods, the city has decided to finally make the 3 local neighborhood associations official consulting parties.
If you have ideas on how best the developer can offset the adverse effects, your point of contact is the president of your neighborhood association.
***Please email before 11/18
Greater Fulton Civic Association:
Mike Madia email@example.com
Church Hill Central District:
Jennifer Parham firstname.lastname@example.org
Church Hill Association:
John Sieg: email@example.com
The 2 main things on the Associations agenda are to extend the arbitrary deadline of 11/18 and to include the Oakwood-Chimborazo Historic District in the DRAFT MOA.
The historic preservation officer concluded the neighborhood will be adversely impacted by the demolition of the trolley barn and that steps should be taken to offset this.
Example: Grants for Chimbo Elementary, Grants for the park etc
If your greater concern is the apartment complex, then requests like Gas Lights and Brick Sidewalks would be good examples.
Again, please send your email to of the neighborhood associations above by Sat, 11/18.”