March 2014 Meeting Agenda

Posted by admin | ADNA, Agendas, Licensing, Meetings | Friday, March 7, 2014 9:16 am

Atlanta Downtown Neighborhood Association Monthly Meeting

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Centennial Place Elementary School – 531 Luckie St NW (near North Ave)

socializing and tours at 6:30pm, meeting at 7:00pm

Welcome

Applications & Presentations:

Topic : Education

  • Centennial Place Conversion Charter
  • Council of Intown Neighborhoods & Schools
  • APS Board of Education
  • NPU M Education Committee

Committee Reports

General Discussion

Also, we will be collecting travel-size toiletries to donate to the Gateway Center.

Busy Day Downtown, July 17

Posted by Stephanie | Community Projects, Licensing, News, Politics | Monday, July 16, 2012 5:02 pm

What:

Press conference to celebrate the restoration of Margaret Mitchell Square, followed by a short walking tour to Woodruff Park to unveil the new ATL Playground.

 

Where:

Margaret Mitchell Square at the intersection of Peachtree and Forsyth streets in Downtown Atlanta

When:

Tuesday, July 17th
10:00 a.m. – Press Conference
10:15 a.m. – Transition to Woodruff Park
10:30 a.m. -  ATL Playground Opening Celebration

Who:

Margaret Mitchell Square Program

Kasim Reed, Mayor of the City of Atlanta

Craig Jones, Chairman of the Atlanta Downtown Improvement District

Camille Love, Director of the City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs

Woodruff Park Program

Kasim Reed, Mayor of the City of Atlanta

A.J. Robinson, President of Central Atlanta Progress/Atlanta Downtown Improvement District

George Dusenbury, City of Atlanta Commissioner of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs

Geri Thomas, Georgia Market President for Bank of America

Pat Faust, President of Landscape Structures, Inc.

 

RSVP:

Before Friday, July 13 to phenman@atlantadowntown.com

 

 

 

PEDS, metro Atlanta’s pedestrian advocacy organization, has been working for years to encourage the City of Atlanta to replace its dysfunctional sidewalk maintenance program with one that works.Due to expensive claims paid to injured pedestrians, elected officials are starting to get the point. Let Atlanta City Council know you want accountability and action! Come to a public forum on the City of Atlanta’s sidewalk maintenance program:

Tuesday, July 17, 2012
6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Old Council Chambers, Atlanta City Hall
55 Trinity Avenue, Atlanta

Alcohol Technical Advisory Group (ATAG) II Public Input Meeting

Posted by Stephanie | Law Enforcement, Licensing | Monday, June 25, 2012 3:29 pm

THE CITY OF ATLANTA’S ALCOHOL TECHNICAL ADVISORY GROUP (ATAG) II
TO HOLD PUBLIC INPUT MEETING AT GROVE PARK RECREATION CENTER

DATE:            Thursday, June 28, 2012

TIME:             6.30 pm – 8.30 pm

WHERE:        Grove Park Recreation Center

750 Frances Place, NW

Atlanta, Georgia 30318

The City of Atlanta’s Alcohol Technical Advisory Group (ATAG) II will hold its fifth public input hearing on Thursday, June 28 from 6.30 pm – 8.30 pm at the Grove Park Recreation Center to hear from the public regarding beer/wine/liquor licensing and enforcement issues.

The hearing is an important opportunity for the public to share its concerns with the ATAG II Board.

The Board is composed of 17 members appointed by the Mayor, City Council and community and business groups. They have been tasked with examining and recommending changes to the City of Atlanta’s Alcohol Code which deals with the licensing of establishments that sell liquor, beer and wine, as well as the enforcement of such laws. As part of their review, ATAG II is required to conduct at least one public hearing in each quadrant of the City.

The Board is expected to make final recommendations to the City Council by December 2012.

The City of Atlanta Alcohol Technical Advisory Group (ATAG) II was established through legislation introduced by Post 1 At-Large Councilmember Michael Julian Bond and passed unanimously by the City Council.

For more information call 404-330-6770 or email mbond@atlantaga.gov

Alcohol License Applications This Month

Posted by adna_admin | Licensing | Wednesday, January 4, 2012 2:35 pm

Please scrutinize the applications below and share any feedback and concerns. Thanks!

  • World Trade Club Atlanta (change of agent)
  • Ellis Hotel (change of agent)
  • Ray’s in the City (change of agent)
  • Comfort Suites
  • JR Crickets

Notice of Temporary Alcohol License: ICON – 257 Trinity Ave.

Posted by adna_admin | Licensing | Thursday, April 21, 2011 11:33 am

View on Google Docs if you can’t see it below…

Alcohol License: Landmark Diner

Posted by adnanews | Licensing | Wednesday, October 6, 2010 6:49 pm

Please scrutinize the alcohol license application and raise any concerns.

Alcohol License Applicant: Georgia Peach Restaurant and Lounge

Posted by adnanews | Licensing | Thursday, September 2, 2010 7:54 am

Please review the documents below and give feedback as we’ll be voting on this at the next meeting:

  • Application
  • Menu: Their marketing team is in the process of laying out the menu formally.  However, this is the full and final menu for Georgia Peach Restaurant & Lounge.

Sign Ordinance Proposed Changes for Our SPI-1 Downtown District

Posted by adnanews | Licensing | Monday, August 30, 2010 3:43 pm

Please read the linked documents and give your feedback because we’ll be voting on this at our next neighborhood meeting:

From Jennifer Ball of Central Atlanta Progress:

Central Atlanta Progress has been working with the City of Atlanta Office of Planning to develop legislation to amend the existing regulations of the SPI-1 Downtown District sign ordinance.  After significant input and discussion regarding the proposed changes, the City is ready to advance proposed changes through the legislative process for adoption.   The suggested changes are detailed in the attached documents. City staff is in the process of completing the paperwork for the attached legislation to be introduced to City Council through the Zoning Committee on September 15th.  The meeting on the 15th will begin the process that provides the opportunity for you, community organizations, the Zoning Review Board and City Council to provide additional review and comment regarding the proposed changes. Following are the key dates for the process:

September 15 – Zoning Committee of City Council

September 20 – City Council

September and October – Presentations to and votes by neighborhood associations and NPU M

November 4 or 18 – Zoning Review Board

December 1 – Zoning Committee APPROVAL

December 6 – City Council ADOPTION

Formation of Task Force to Review Alcohol License Permitting and Enforcement Process

Posted by adnanews | Licensing | Thursday, July 15, 2010 12:04 pm

The Atlanta City Council’s Public Safety and Legal Administration Committee to announce work session to discuss the formation of a task force to review the liquor license permitting and enforcement process

ATLANTA – At its regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, July 13, the Atlanta City Council’s Public Safety Committee and Legal Administration Committee will announce an upcoming work session to discuss the formation of a task force to review the liquor license permitting and enforcement process as recommended in Council Resolution 10-R-1343.

Resolution 10-R-1343 would establish a community and industry working group to review the alcoholic beverage licensing process between the time an extended hours liquor serving permit application is submitted by an establishment to the city and the time it is considered by the License Review Board for approval or disapproval.

The Public Safety Committee meets at 3 p.m. in Committee Room No. 2, Atlanta City Hall, Second Floor, 55 Trinity Avenue, SW.

However no action will be taken at the Tuesday, July 13, 2010 meeting on 10-O-1342, which proposes a pilot program in the Auburn and Edgewood Avenue Districts to extend pouring hours to 4 am.

City Councilmembers Kwanza Hall and Michael Julian Bond on July 6 introduced legislation that would allow the city to establish an Extended Hours Permit Pilot Program on Auburn and Edgewood Avenues to examine the benefits and risks of extending the permissible hours for sales of alcohol for on-premise consumption in the city.

Hall and Bond also introduced a resolution calling for a comprehensive review of the current process by which businesses obtain licenses to sell and serve alcohol and the city’s ability to close businesses with liquor licenses that repeatedly violate city code and attract crime and criminality to a community.

Currently establishments with pouring licenses can only operate Monday through Friday between the hours of 9:00 a.m. of one day and 2:30 a.m. of the following day and on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 a.m. on Sunday, under city law.

The new legislation would allow establishments within the pilot program’s boundaries to extend the hours within which alcohol may be sold for on-premise consumption to Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. until 3:55 a.m. of the following day and on Saturdays from 9:00 a.m. until 2:55 a.m. on Sunday.

If the legislation is approved, a qualified establishment must meet the following requirements:

(1)        Possess a valid annual license for the sale of alcohol for on-premises consumption of distilled spirits, wine and malt beverages; and

(2)        Be located within the boundaries of the Edgewood Avenue/Auburn Avenue Pilot District. (Auburn: Piedmont Avenue to the Downtown Connector; Edgewood: Piedmont Avenue to Daniel Street.); and

(3)        Possess an extended hours permit issued by the City of Atlanta Police Department.

For more information contact the Atlanta City Council Public Safety and Legal Administration Committee Chairman Ivory Lee Young, Jr. at 404-330-6046.

Festival Permit Applicant: Festival Peachtree Latino

Posted by adnanews | Licensing | Tuesday, June 15, 2010 4:33 pm

Please view the copy of their application on Google Docs and comment.

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