Voice – Winter 2005

Published November 2005
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– 2005 Tour of Homes
– VHCA funds awarded
– Art in Freedom Park comes to an end, by Eric Dusenbury
– Greetings from the VaHi Business Association, by Tinka Green
– Environment leadership skills offered to teens
– President’s address, by Kevin Cronin
– You think your sidewalk is bad? Take a picture, by Brian Pilger
– Morningside Elementary School, rezoning and you, by Chip Gallagher
– Rep. Gardner sponsors electronic waste recycling day

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Voice – Summer/Fall 2005



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– President’s Address, by Kevin Cronin: Summerfest success
– Atlanta Development Authority (ADA) announces BeltLine transit panel
Virginia-Highland Historic District listed in National Register, by John Craft
– About Virginia-Highland Historic District, from the Georgia Dept. of Human Resources
– Highland Hoer: Gardens and parks around the neighborhood, by John Wolfinger
– Renovation of the Piedmont Park Active Oval begins
– VHCA Board opposes school rezoning, by Chip Gallagher
– Take steps to protect your family — and your computer, by John Stanford
– City begins online water/sewer bill payments
– Be a neighbor: sponsor and win (donate for Tour of Homes)

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Voice – Spring 2005


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– President’s Address, by Keving Cronin: preparing for Summerfest
– Summerfest 2005 needs you!
– Volunteer in our green spaces, by John Wolfinger
Our survey says, by Chip Gallagher (results of community survey)
– Summer sizzles at Zoo Atlanta, by Helen Grebe
Summerfest twenty years ago, by Tinka Green
– Strong academics and achievements at Inman Middle School
– 2005 state legislative actions
– Visit Piedmont Park for two new activities (Saturday safari for kids, Historic tours)
– Gear up for National Bike Month, by Mike Goodman
– Home Tour builds on 2004 success
– The Green Market at Piedmont Park returns
– School rezoning in our future? by Chip Gallagher
– If you love ’em, leash ’em by Officer W.J. Butcher

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