This Local History Collection, the product of a partnership between the BiRacial History Project and Mary Lin Elementary, will be housed in a special area of the Media Center at the Mary Lin Elementary School for use in school and by the community. Under the guidance of Mary Lin’s Principal and Media Center Director, the Collection will be available to students, teachers and staff, families, neighbors and researchers. The Collection will support Lin’s local history curriculum and encourage multigenerational neighborhood interest. This is a project that's been in the works for a while, and it'll be exciting to see it fully realized. For more information, email email@example.com.
Attached is the permit for this year's Fall Festival. Feel free to bring up any questions you may have at the meeting tonight or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are curently 35 sheep penned up on the hill on the Candler Park Drive side of the park. They're working hard to clear out some overgrown invasive foliage. An electric fence and two sheep dogs are keeping the sheep on task. Read more about them on the page for the "Meet the Sheep" event, scheduled for today from 2-5. If you do go to see them at work, please avoid the electric fence.
Hard at work
On Wednesday, August 28th, Kwanza Hall will be hosting a community meet-and-greet for Timothy Peek, the new Zone 6 Commander for the Atlanta Police Department. The event will take place at The Trolley Barn in Inman Park. The Trolley Barn is located one block west of the Inman Park MARTA station. There is some on-street parking. Attendees are encouraged to take MARTA, walk, bike, or carpool.
Neighborhood residents should be mindful of local ordinances regarding keeping dogs on leashes.
Fulton County law (see: Fulton County Code of Ordinances, Section 34-205) states that dogs cannot leave the premises of their owner without being held on a leash and under the control of a competent individual. Leashes must also be no more than six feet long.
Further, City of Atlanta law (see: City of Atlanta Code of Ordinances, Section 110-70) states that in parks, pets must be leashed and cleaned up after, and that even when leashed, pets (other than service dogs) aren't allowed in swimming pools/pool areas, tennis courts, or within 15 feet of fences or structures.
The August 2013 Issue of the Candler Park Messenger is available now on the website. Take a look - August 2013 Messenger.
The Candler Park Swimming Pool has re-opened. A request for better lighting and cameras has been made to the Atlanta Police Department. Parks employees have no idea how the vandals are gaining access to the pool.
- 322 Clifton Road NE. Applicant seeks a variance from zoning regulations to reduce north side yard setback from required 7’ feet to 5’ feet and reduce south side yard setback from required 7’ feet to 5’ feet for a rear addition.
- Zoning FAQ for publication to the website.
For the second time this summer the pool was vandalized overnight. This time the damage was much worse. The city was notifified and responded almost immediately by sending the person in charge of pools,Eric Ericson, out to inspect the damage. The Pool is closed indefinitely.