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monthly movement building meeting is quickly approaching. It will be 7:00pm on Wednesday, October 19th
at the Rick McDevitt Youth Center in Peoplestown. This will be a big one. We invite you, yo’ cousin and ya mama too to come out as we strategically align the progressive and revolutionary movement’s efforts. We will be diving into the closure of the Peachtree
and Pine Shelter from all angles (housing, education, access to healthcare, policing for profit). We’ve already confirmed some key players and organizers to give us a full-scale understanding of some very layered issues.
As always bring any printed materials for circulation. Please share
this announcement and the graphic with your network of Ready folks!
Walmart is looking to hire via The Center for Working Families, please share this info with neighbors:
The members of WCAG (Washington Cluster Advocate Group) are looking forward to continuing our monthly education dialogue with our neighbors and stakeholders within the communities served by the Washington Cluster schools. Please plan to join us at 6:30pm this Thursday, July 21st in the new Hollis Innovation Academy (formerly known as Kennedy Middle School) where we plan to share Dr. Carstarphen’s response to WCAG’s effort to ensure equity within in the Washington Cluster and create high quality educational options for ALL children residing within our attendance zone . In an effort to ensure meeting efficiency, we ask that you review WCAG’s position paper and the letter of request forwarded to Dr. Carstarphen and the APS School Board before the meeting. Questions? Contact 678-607-5674 wcagatl@
Attached please find the speed tables installation notifications that has been mailed to impacted property owners along Holderness Street, SW. This notification, which includes the date parking restriction enforcement will take place and its boundaries, will be shared with NPU-T. You are encouraged to share this information with your contacts and constituents. If you have any additional questions regarding this notification, I can be reached through the contacts below.
NOTICE OF SPEED TABLES INSTALLATION
HOLDERNESS STREET, SW
COUNCIL DISTRICT 4, NPU-T
The Department of Public Works is pleased to announce the installation of speed tables, trafficcalming devices, to be installed on
Holderness Street, SW, between Westview Drive and Sells Avenue.
This project will begin in late July and is scheduled to be completed
within thirty-days (30), weather permitting.
Emergency No Parking sign may be placed along the project areas 48-72 hours prior to theinstallation, if necessary. Please move your vehicle to an off-street parking area or a side street
prior to construction activities otherwise it may be subject to being towed.
Hello! I wanted to introduce myself to you as the program manager for the Neighborhood Ambassadors Program with the Department of Watershed Management. Our mission is to ensure that there is open communication and representation from the department. Takira Jackson has been assigned as your new ambassador for NPU-T and will replace Louis Sheppard, who was formerly assigned to your NPU. Takira, who you may have met on last evening, is energetic and we believe will be a great asset to your NPU-T group.
I work closely with Tanya Mitchell ensuring that if there are any issues that should require immediate attention as it relates to Watershed, are given to our CASTE service team so please do not hesitate reaching out to Takira for those issues at the meetings. We look forward to working with you.