Voice – Spring 2004

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President’s Address, by Kevin Cronin
– City council honors Aaron Gross for his leadership
– City council passed sewage and water bill
– Sidewalk reimbursement program
– Grand opening of Cunard Memorial Playground March 28, 2004

Parking and transportation are major issues for the business community, by Tinka Green, VHBA president
– permit parking may be introduced in Atkins Park

What’s happening at Inman Middle School (renovation), by Liz Coyle
– Virginia-Highland Tour of Homes planned
– Remember to recycle, by Nan Hunter

Why cities don’t matter and why Virginia-Highland does, by Chip Gallagher
– Cities are losing out to suburbs in political power
– VaHi and intown neighborhoods will weather the fiscal storm due to social organization

Atkins Park Garden Club celebrated 75th anniversary, by Tinka Green
– The Southeastern Flower Show provides great landscaping ideas, by John Wolfinger
– Anatomy of a property tax assessment challenge
Cunard Memorial Playground park cleanup and grand opening
– How can I remove graffiti?

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In memory — Aaron Gross

IN MEMORY

Aaron Gross, long-time resident, active member of the Virginia-Highland Civic Association and former chair of Summerfest, passed away on Saturday, November 8.

We will all miss Aaron. He was a vital part of our neighborhood. Please send your thoughts and prayers to his wife, Josephine.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Trees Atlanta, 96 Poplar St., NW, Atlanta, GA 30303.

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