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License & Permits Committee – Rescheduled   February 25, 2015

Due to the pending weather situation, he February License & Permits Committee meeting scheduled for February 25, 2015 has been rescheduled to run concurring with the February Board of Directors meeting on Thursday, February 26th at Jason’s Deli beginning at 6:30 pm. This month’s agenda is available in the attached .pdf. February 2015 LPC Agenda



LUC Agenda | 02/17/2015   February 13, 2015

V-14-246 SEP & variances 675 Penn Ave NE and 264, 268, 294 Ponce De Leon Ave.  Quiktrip



Traffic | Lane Closure on Pine St 2-12   February 11, 2015

Film Information – Ref Number AT00741 Sent From Cardellia Hunter at FilmApp Atlanta. Please send any response to this e mail address: crhunter@atlantaga.gov Please call if you have any questions Title: Zone 5: Lane closure on Pine St on 2/12  Location Start Time End Time Type of shoot and number of people Other information Courtland […]



Piedmont Park Event Management | Traffic and Parking | 2015   February 6, 2015
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Joel Mann, AICP compiled a parking study for events centered around Piedmont Park in the city of Midtown.  Music Midtown is one of the largest class-A events that happens in Midtown and this traffic study was helpful in alleviating transportation issues with an event of this size.  Download and read the PDF for more information. […]



Traffic – Filming of “The Accountant” | 2/8 – 2/16   February 6, 2015

Filming of “The Accountant” will affect traffic/pedestrian flow for a week as described below. Lane and sidewalk closures on W. Peachtree St and 7th St on 2/8-2/16   Location Start Time End Time Type of shoot and number of people Other information Historic Academy of Medicine N/A Location description Historic Academy of Medicine||875 West Peachtree […]



405 9th St Colonial and Owl Habitat   February 2, 2015
405 9th Demolition


Nancy Reynolds   January 7, 2015
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Nancy F. Reynolds has practiced labor and employment law for over twenty years, currently as a solo practitioner and compliance consultant, and formerly with the firm of Elarbee Thompson. In January of 1994, Nancy became Elarbee Thompson’s first female partner. She has represented employers nationwide in labor relations, affirmative action compliance and employment-related litigation. Nancy […]



Joe Cox   January 7, 2015
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Joe has called Atlanta home for over 14 years, and recently decided living in Marietta was way too far from the “real life” of the city.  Feeling trend of a rapidly growing Midtown, he decided to move and become an active part of it all. Three months after living in Midtown, Joe signed up for […]



Kathleen Dumitrescu   January 7, 2015
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Kathleen Dumitrescu has lived in Midtown for 27 years. In 1987, she and her husband Gabriel lived in an apartment at Piedmont Park and 12th street; In time she made it South to the SE corner of Myrtle and 5th where she spends an inordinate amount of time in her gardens and applying duct tape […]



Eboni Chillis   January 7, 2015
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Eboni Camille is a Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of Education, with a specialization in Instructional Design On-Line, at Capella University. Her research involves studying the philosophical strategies employed by Instructional Strategist/Designers, and her areas of focus include corporate educational performance growth and educational development and strategy. Among other involvement in the community, she serves […]