Voice – Winter 1990

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– Neighbor profile: Foot patrolman Officer Chris Clark, by Beth Marks
– Ponce de Leon task force to speak at December meeting
– Historic preservation presentation update, by Burn Sears
– Front porch living, by Yvette Weatherly
– Holiday entertaining like a pro, by Shelley Pedersen, director of catering at Murphy’s
– Historic designation – what is means to you
– John Howell Park update (by Jerry Bright) and events (by the L.A.M.P. project)
– Historic designation survey form
– Outline of City zoning preservation ordinance
– Council of Intown Neighborhoods and Schools (CINS), by Barbara Van Dyke
– Grady students to author VOICE articles
– Morningside Elementary volunteers
– Inman needs tutors too
– Recycling, it’s habit forming, by Nan Hunter
– The road that was almost built (Georgia 400/I-485), by Warren Pritchard with Charles Longley
– Building permits, by Steve Jagger
– Ponce de Leon Task Force gains momentum in reaching for a consensus
– Interview with Chief Eldrin Bell, by V. Evans
– Personal safety (reprinted from ProTech Security Systems newsletter)

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Voice – Year-end 1988

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– John Howell Park planning update
In memoriam: John Howell
Graphic (2 pages): John Howell Park plan

Updates:
– 764-784 Ponce Place development to be limited to townhomes and condos, not high-density rental units
– YWCA coming to stie of Spanish Baptist Church
– Thanks to Sharon Bagby and Highland Hardware for revitalizing Triangle,
– Thanks to Shemin Nurseries for donating 10 cherry trees to park
– Virginia-Highland Designer Showhouse was held October 1988 at 1166 St. Charles Place, sponsored by TWIGS, benefiting VaHi Civic Fund and Egleston Hospital
– L.A.M.P. (Living AIDS Memorial Park) aims to develop a national shrine in John Howell Park, where memorial services can be conducted.

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