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Atlanta BeltLine Hosts Meeting to Discuss Eastside Trail Extension, Road Closures

July 31, 2016

The Atlanta BeltLine invites you to attend a meeting this week where an update will be given on the Eastside Trail extension project, including a review of road closures on Wylie and Irwin Streets. Information will also be shared about the BeltLine’s downpayment assistance program. The meeting will be held this Thursday, August 4 from 6:30…

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BeltLine Study Group Meeting Set for May 10

April 30, 2016

You are cordially invited to attend a meeting of the Northeast and Southeast Atlanta BeltLine Study Groups on Tuesday, May 10 from 6-7:30 pm. The meeting will be held at Trees Atlanta’s offices at 225 Chester Ave, SE, Atlanta, 30316. Discussion topics will include an update on the Eastside Trail extension project and a review of…

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Eastside Trail Gateway Groundbreaking Set for This Friday

January 13, 2014

The long-awaited connection between the Eastside BeltLine trail and popular Historic Fourth Ward Park is finally becoming reality. The groundbreaking celebration for the gateway that will connect the trail and the park will take place this Friday January 17 at 10 AM on the Eastside Trail overlooking Historic Fourth Ward Park at the Angier Springs…

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A Taste of Art on the BeltLine

September 19, 2013

Art on the BeltLine 2013 kicked off officially on Saturday September 7 with the fourth annual Lantern Parade sponsored by the Krewe of the Grateful Glutton. This was a fun and inspiring event attended by an estimated 10,000 BeltLine enthusiasts – hopefully you had a chance to check it out. If you missed it, click…

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Trees Atlanta Update

March 11, 2013

From announcing its first-ever native plant sale to planting native grasses and wildflowers along the Eastside BeltLine trail to kicking off walking tours of the new Atlanta BeltLine Arboretum, there’s a lot going on at Trees Atlanta these days. The organization’s communications manager Bethany Clark sent us the following update. 1st Annual Native Perennial Wildflower…

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