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New Pedestrian Signal Light in Place at Inman Middle School

April 3, 2016

By Jack White, VHCA Board President The installation of the (solar-powered) Rectangular Rapid Flash Beacon (RRFB) at Inman Middle School on the corner of Virginia and Arcadia in almost complete. The city reports that the vendor failed to ship one needed piece; it is on the way. This signal is an RRFB, not a HAWK, for those…

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New Life for North Highland Park Bike Rack at IMS

March 13, 2016

Rarely Used Bike Rack at NHP Repurposed for Use at Inman Middle School By David Brandenberger The bicycle rack that has lived at the northeast corner of N. Highland and St. Charles at North Highland Park – likely since the days of the public library – has a new home. Due largely to its obscured location…

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APS Officials Hold Community Meeting to Discuss Inman Expansion

February 20, 2015

Officials from Atlanta Public Schools – including Superintendent Meria Carstarphen and board member Matt Westmoreland – met with residents on February 19 to discuss options for addressing overcrowding at Inman Middle School. If you were unable to attend, here’s a link to a video of the meeting.

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APS Puts Hold on Inman Expansion Project

January 29, 2015

By Jack White, VHCA Board President Yesterday, Matt Westmoreland responded to ongoing queries about the status of the Inman expansion with a note saying the Board had decided to defer confirming the pending construction contract. In a letter released last night, APS Superintendent Meria Carstarphen confirmed this action, based on APS’ new estimates that project a…

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APS Excludes Trees Around Inman Softball Field from Removal Plan

January 22, 2015

New plan with reduced tree loss may be offered By Jack White As promised last week, APS has filed a revised plan for tree removal at Inman that excludes all the healthy trees on and around the softball field along Greencove Avenue.  They have also removed a 41” oak along Virginia Ave., the removal of…

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