We wanted to let everyone know that after a period of inactivity, the Decatur Heights Transition Team is in the final stages of re-starting the Decatur Heights Neighborhood Association. Turns out, it was more work than we thought and it’s slow going, but e wanted to keep everyone informed on what was going on. The transition committee is made of up Natalie Snedden, Michael Hagan, Deanne Thomas, Kristi Meuller and David Draper. We are currently working on getting a tax ID and applying to be a business entity for the DHNA.
We will be hosting a neighborhood potluck/membership drive on May 4th. In addition, we are currently working on freshening up the DHNA website.
Our goal is for an open and active Neighborhood Association and we can’t do that without participation from our wonderful neighbors! So, whe we do announce the potluck, please come on out and join us!
If you have any question, do not hesitate to contact one of the members of the transition team. We can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Selig and Walmart have now received all needed permits (land disturbance, demolition, and building) for Suburban Plaza’s redevelopment. Demolition and construction are slated to begin in early 2013.
The cross-neighborhoods committee continues to meet regularly with the Selig folks. We do not have a plans update scheduled for December. For all official Suburban Plaza information, visit MANA’s site: http://www.medlockpark.org/search/label/Suburban%20Plaza
Decatur Heights neighbor and cross-neighborhoods committee member
When: Saturday, November 3, from 10a.m. to noon
Where: 735 Sycamore Drive, The Church at Decatur Heights
This free event is co-sponsored by The Church at Decatur Heights and the Decatur Heights Neighborhood Watch.
Here’s a terrific opportunity to learn about ways to increase personal and home safety! Event participants include the Decatur Police Department, Decatur Fire Department, Duncan Cottrell the Entry Enforcer, and the Decatur Heights Neighborhood Watch. Special presentations include the Decatur Police Department’s “Social Media Safety” class for parents and teens to attend together and Duncan Cottrell’s “Options for Securing Doors and Windows.” Click here for event details and presentation times.
In celebration of National Recovery Month, the Peer Support and Wellnesss Center and Georgia Mental Health Consumer Network are holding a Rally with speakers, open mic, food, t shirts, and an art sale. The Decatur community is invited to come join in! Festivities will be held in the community room
When: Monday, September 17 from 2-4pm
Where: The Church at Decatur Heights, 735 Sycamore Drive
For the latest from MANA on the design concepts, a progress report, and the intro of the cross-neighborhoods committee and Selig team collaborating on Suburban Plaza’s redevelopment: