Here’s the full video from the District 1 Candidates Forum on October 12th, courtesy of the Decatur Heights Neighborhood Association.
Deanne sends along the info for this Thursday, Oct 12th’s District One Candidate’s Forum…
City of Decatur
District 1 (A) Commissioner
Thursday, October 12, 2017
The Church at Decatur Heights
735 Sycamore Drive Decatur, GA 30030
Hosted by the Decatur Heights Neighborhood Association
All City of Decatur residents are invited to hear from candidates Betty Blondeau, Melissa Manrow, Tim Martin and Kelly Walsh on key topics of interest to our community.
Moderator Bill Banks is a longtime city resident and reporter covering city government for the AJC.
Don’t forget to VOTE NOVEMBER 7th!
Early voting starts October 16th
Special thanks to The Church at Decatur Heights for providing the space and event support.
The Decatur Height Neighborhood Association released a note early this morning announcing that it officially supports the North Decatur Square development, which includes a 365 by Whole Foods Market concept store.
DHNA also announced the following pedestrian improvements to the project…
DHNA President Deanne Thomas said that the DHNA was “pleased that S.J. Collins listened to the Church Street area neighbors and agreed to make improvements in the area that will benefit the community.”
Suburban Lanes will be closing its current location in Suburban Plaza at the end of April, according to a new Decaturish post. The announcement was made at a Decatur Heights Neighborhood Association meeting last night.
The post also states that Selig’s Bill Stogner already has a letter of intent from a bookseller out of Dallas called “Half Price Books“, which may take over lower-story space on the Church Street side of the business.
At this point, leases have been signed byWalmart, JoAnn Fabrics, Home Goods, and LA Fitness for the new Suburban Plaza. Starbucks, AT&T and Ross For Less are also planning to be part of the development.
According to the report, Selig told neighbors in attendance that they were still trying to work with Cozy Burger Town, so it could remain part of the new development.
Photo courtesy of Google Streetview
From the Decatur Heights Neighborhood blog…
Decatur Heights Neighborhood Association – January 27th, 2015 at 7:15pm
Plans for Suburban Plaza
Special guests, the Selig team, will showcase the plans for Suburban Plaza, including offsite street improvements.
Streetscape Improvements, etc
Learn about the traffic calming committee’s proposed streetscape improvements plan for Sycamore Drive and the top ends of Hillcrest Avenue and Ridgeland Avenue… to include intersection bulb-outs, a mid-block crosswalk, and median islands. Updates on the speed reduction efforts will also be provided.
Bicycle Registration and Bike Safety Event
Hosted by: Decatur Heights Neighborhood Association
Join the Decatur Police Department and Decatur Active Living for a Bicycle Registration and Safety Event.
Register your bike, receive a helmet safety check, and ride the “safety course” to learn bike safety, hand signals, rules of the road. Also, Bicycle South staff will be conducting bike checks.
If it rains, we will move from the parking lot to inside of the gym.
This event is offered FREE to the community! *Children must be accompanied by an adult.
When: Saturday, September 20th, 10 am – Noon
Where: The Church at Decatur Heights (735 Sycamore Drive)