Join District 2 Councilman Amir Farokhi for one of three upcoming Town Halls to discuss the current state of our Covid-19 response in the City of Atlanta. Ask questions, get instructions on next steps and find answers to the Mayor’s response to industry strain on small businesses, hospitality workers, and the arts & culture community.…Details
Times are strange. Thank you for doing your part to act responsibly for your health and others during this time. While the next few weeks will be hard, we feel confident that we can make choices to get through this safely. We would like to provide some helpful links and safety tips to ensure our…Details
This Saturday, February 29th, Atlanta will host the U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Marathon. Midtown residents should be prepared for extensive road closures for the duration of Saturday. Plan to enjoy this historic moment and watch the athletes compete. This route has the unique opportunity to see…Details
The $30 million renovation project is underway at Grady High School located between 10th Street & 8th Street along Charles Allen Drive. MNA is working with APS Facilities to provide detailed project information and updates on the construction schedule. You can review design plans, construction phasing, landscape drawings, tree impact site plans, and more on…Details
Midtown neighbors, your assistance is CRITICAL NOW. This past weekend, Tiffany Hendricks was arrested on Myrtle Street for criminal trespassing and burglary. The victim awoke to Mr. Hendricks in his home in a closet in the middle of the night. Mr. Hendricks has been arrested over 100 times and most recently was sentenced in November…Details
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At MNA, we like to think ahead, innovate, take proactive steps, and always think about the community impact of what is happening in Midtown. Dockless transportation has really given us some exercise in the debate department. We have heard from many of you who want them, don’t want them, want them with restrictions, want more…Details