Voice – Spring 1992


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Atkins Park traces its past, by Tinka Green
– Murphy’s Law #92: more parking. Finding parking for Murphy’s new location at Virginia and Todd. By Jeni Evans
– Rep rap: Easy access to guns is killing us, by David Scott, State Senator
– Heart Strings: volunteers needed for Atlanta’s largest AIDS fundraiser
– A tale of two neighbors and a wild boar, Wild Boar beer at George’s, by Yvette Weatherly
Making music in VaHi, a profile of Michael Moore (Atlanta Symphony Orchestra) and Paula Peace-Moore by Alison Nelson
– The zoning and variance review process, by Ed Neal and Nyna Gentry
– Finally, Virginia-Highlanders can build snowmen (photos)
– Ponce Task Force update
– Many residents perturbed over parking, by Vicky Favorite
– Schools update
– Recycling: we need more VaHi curbside recyclers in ’92, by Nan Hunter

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Voice – Spring 1991

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Download PDF (part 2, pages 11–20, 5.0 MB)

In part one:
– A VaHi pioneer (Richard C. Todd) and his legacy to this neighborhood, by Jeni Evans
– Franklin Garrett speaks at March meeting. He will be presenting a history of the Virginia-Highland neighborhood.
– Being a security-conscious neighbor, by Ken Lavine, VHCA public safety co-chair
– Grady students speak out: Essays by Grady 9th and 10th graders on homelessness, war and other current issues
– The VOICE – ten years ago, by Beth Marks
– Variances and how to get one, by Steve Jagger
– Inman Middle School, by Ellen England and Janice Giddens
– New playhouse at library
– Good neighbor policy, by Kathy Couch
– St. Patrick’s Day 5K race, by Doug Sligh
– About the Ponce de Leon Task Force survey

In part two:
– Ponce de Leon Task Force survey form
– Inman wants more tutors
– CINS awards mini-grants to area teachers, by Laurie Del Martin
– Grady High School news, by Laurie Del Martin
– Help support CINS when you get your emmision test
– Top sellers at Morningside Elementary gift wrap sale
– And the pick-up goes on…recycling in 1991! By Nan Hunter
– Help for the Highland homeowner, by Virginia Temple
– Be on the lookout for the “ACORN” man!

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