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The Peachtree Battle Alliance (PBA) is a non-profit civic association representing the interests of our neighborhood which includes over 580 households. The PBA is made up of your neighbors who volunteer to work on behalf of the neighborhood.
 
PBA mailing address: P.O. Box 20349, Atlanta, GA  30325
 
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PBA NEWS
Upcoming Renew Atlanta Prioritization and Rebaselining Meetings
Posted on Jan 17th, 2019
Two very important meetings coming up...  
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Important Volunteer Opportunities - TREES!
Posted on Nov 15th, 2018
Read below...
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2018 Halloween Party Recap
Posted on Nov 2nd, 2018
Please see here!
Georgia 2018 Ballot Questions
Posted on Oct 17th, 2018
Thank you Beth Beskin for this useful information!  Please click HERE 
Bobby Jones Golf Course to Re-Open in November 2018
Posted on Oct 1st, 2018
After a Year-Long Renovation, November Marks a New Era as Re-Opening Nears...
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Updates from PBA President
Posted on Oct 1st, 2018
Parks, Traffic, the Bridge and our Annual Meeting...
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Security in the Neighborhood
Posted on Sep 30th, 2018
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PBA and Trees Atlanta partner to improve the neighborhood tree canopy
Posted on Sep 27th, 2018
A few weeks ago PBA met with Trees Atlanta to develop a detailed plan for planting additional trees in our parks and green spaces...
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Jarrett Davis, Former PBA President & Good Neighbor Has Passed Away
Posted on Sep 26th, 2018
On a sad note, we lost a dear friend and great neighbor when Jarrett Davis passed away suddenly on September 17th.
 
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Improper Recycling - You can get fined!
Posted on Sep 3rd, 2018
Take a look at this great information from Nacoochee Block Captain, Amanda Craig...
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UPCOMING EVENTS
Renew Atlanta Prioritization & Rebaselining Meeting (1 of 2)
Thursday, January 24th, 6:30 pm at Sutton Middle School, 2875 Northside Drive
In 2015, Atlanta voters overwhelmingly approved $250 million in Renew Atlanta bonds to make repairs, improvements, and upgrades to transportation and building projects citywide.
 
A lot of work has been done in District 8. Streets have been paved, sidewalks have been built and work is under way to replace the 70-year-old Powers Ferry Road bridge next to Chastain Park. A two-mile extension of the PATH around Bobby Jones Golf Course was recently dedicated and improvements are happening at fire stations 26 and 27.
When the Renew effort and its companion TSPLOST programs launched, more than $1 billion in infrastructure repairs were identified. The $250-million Renew package and the taxes generated by the TSPLOST funds will NOT total $1 billion. Thus, choices must be made on what to do with the funding currently available, particularly as it relates to anticipated TSPLOST dollars.
 
In order to receive feedback on the current list of projects under three proposed scenarios, Renew Atlanta will hold two public meetings for NW Atlanta residents. I encourage you to attend these meetings on Thursday, January 24, 6:30-8 p.m. at Sutton Middle School, 2875 Northside Drive and Thursday, February 28, at the same time and place. I hope to see you at one or both of these meetings.
AMPC & Trees Atlanta Forest Restoration
Saturday, January 26th, 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Saturday, January 26, 2019: Join AMPC and Trees Atlanta green t-shirt volunteer and certified tree keeper, Aaron Bose, for our first forest restoration volunteer day of the year from 9 am to noon. We are excited to announce that on this day we will be planting trees in the area where we have been removing invasive plants the last several months along the park’s edge.  Please wear long-sleeve shirts, long pants, and closed-toe shoes for the work day. Trees Atlanta will provide tools and gloves. Email info@atlmemorialpark.org to let us know that you can join us! 
Renew Atlanta Prioritization & Rebaselining Meeting (2 of 2)
Thursday, February 28th, 6:30 pm at Sutton Middle School, 2875 Northside Drive
In 2015, Atlanta voters overwhelmingly approved $250 million in Renew Atlanta bonds to make repairs, improvements, and upgrades to transportation and building projects citywide.
 
A lot of work has been done in District 8. Streets have been paved, sidewalks have been built and work is under way to replace the 70-year-old Powers Ferry Road bridge next to Chastain Park. A two-mile extension of the PATH around Bobby Jones Golf Course was recently dedicated and improvements are happening at fire stations 26 and 27.
When the Renew effort and its companion TSPLOST programs launched, more than $1 billion in infrastructure repairs were identified. The $250-million Renew package and the taxes generated by the TSPLOST funds will NOT total $1 billion. Thus, choices must be made on what to do with the funding currently available, particularly as it relates to anticipated TSPLOST dollars.
 
In order to receive feedback on the current list of projects under three proposed scenarios, Renew Atlanta will hold two public meetings for NW Atlanta residents. I encourage you to attend these meetings on Thursday, January 24, 6:30-8 p.m. at Sutton Middle School, 2875 Northside Drive and Thursday, February 28, at the same time and place. I hope to see you at one or both of these meetings.
DO YOU HAVE A NEW NEIGHBOR?
If you have a new neighbor, let us know!  We want to welcome them!