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Eric Gaymon

13 neighbors want safe, clean streets and sidewalks in the Stadium neighborhoods.

Individual comments included: 
- Consistently picked up trash and maintain roads, safe bus stops for school kids
- Safety and beautification of various areas
- Replace this overgrown space that is unsafe and weeds that impede parking on street
- Work with gang task force. Decrease number of gang members and drive-by shootings in Peoplestown and Mechanicsville. Make sure any retail has crime proofing like concrete pylons on sidewalk and roll down burglar bards at night to prevent smash-and-grab of stolen SUVs being driven into storefronts. 
- Litter is a problem. Find ways to “enforce” littering trash dumping and help beautify the area: Hank Aaron Ave, Vanira Ave, Haygood Street
- I wish for GREATER SAFETY in my neighborhood. I want to feel safe

Trash icon by Sergey Demushkin, Noun Project

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City of Atlanta Planning

To everyone who has participated on this project, the LCI Draft Plan is available now here: www.stadiumneighborhoodslci.or...

Please share your comments by August 31st to Thank you again for your participation in this community-centered process!

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Posted Jul 25, 2016
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City of Atlanta Planning

The City of Atlanta Department of Planning and Community Development, in partnership with Invest Atlanta, the Atlanta Fulton County Recreation Authority and Perkins+Will, shared the latest design concepts and plan recommendations for the Turner Field Stadium Neighborhoods Livable Centers Initiative (LCI) at the Atlanta Streets Alive event on Sunday, April 17 from 2 - 6 p.m.

“We have a unique opportunity to develop a shared vision for the Turner Field Stadium neighborhoods and I want to ensure that all residents’ voices are heard throughout the entire planning process,” said Mayor Reed. “The new route for Atlanta Streets Alive, down Georgia Avenue from Grant Park to the West End, crosses through the heart of the LCI study area and presents a terrific opportunity for public engagement.”

See the concepts here:

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Posted May 8, 2016
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