From DeKalb police via CrimeMapping.com. No other details available.
|Description||Case #||Location||Date||Map It|
|DISORDERLY CONDUCT 16-49||11-031314||800 BLOCK GAYLEMONT CIR`||3/22/2011 5:24:00 PM||Map It|
|ENTERING AN AUTOMOBILE 16-8-18||11-031270||600 BLOCK MEDLOCK RD||3/20/2011 6:00:00 PM||Map It|
|LARCENY||11-031339||2400 BLOCK Hunting Valley DR||3/15/2011 6:07:00 PM||Map It|
|LARCENY FREE TEXT (ATTEMPT)||11-030845||2400 BLOCK WOOD TRAIL LN||3/21/2011 3:30:00 PM||Map It|
|FRAUD - IMPERSONATION||11-032216||1000 BLOCK WILLIVEE DR||3/13/2011 2:00:00 PM||Map It|
For our gardeners from the Georgia Perimeter College:
Native Azalea and Trillium Madness Sales
Native Azalea and Trillium Madness Sales
This coming Saturday, March 26, we start our Native Plant Sales. We are featuring native Azaleas and 8-10 year old Trilliums which were grown from seed. This is a great opportunity to purchase for planting this spring. Sales continue on Wednesday, March 30, with the start of our Spring 2011 Lunch and Wildflower Series. We also have a great selection of other native plants available. Come see us this Saturday, March 26, 10am to 2pm, and enjoy the garden while you are here.
From Emory's Carlos Museum: Sand Mandala Workshop for Children; Children's meditation workshop; Family concert.
March 18, 2011–2011 Session Completes Day 30! HAPPY SPRING! This is Mary Margaret Oliver’s fourth email newsletter for the 2011 General Assembly Session which convened January 10, 2011, and has completed 30 days of the 40 day Session. In each newsletter, I ask how you would vote on a pending bill or budget item. I am very grateful for your thoughtful responses and I personally read all your answers. Thank you for your interest and opinions!
The Ira B. Melton Park workday last Saturday was a great success, thanks -- apart from the nice weather -- to coordinators Valerie Boss and Marianne Skeen, to the MANA and CHCA boards for their material and financial support, to Catherine Larson for the signs, to Sally Sears, Paul Weathersby, and Warner McConaughey from the South Fork Conservancy for starting the ball rolling, to Charles Myrick and Brook Smith from the Southern Off-Road Bicycle Association for their advice on trail building, to Mike Gerke from Bicycle South for information on the bike trail, to the scouts and leaders of Troop 534 for their hard work (consider helping them by going to their car wash on Saturday March 19), to Dave Butler for his liaisonship with the County to get approval and to arrange trash pickup, and to neighbor worker bees like those pictured below standing in front of the mountain of invasive privet pulled from the park. A county public works sanitation truck was there on Monday in the rain picking up all the privet as well as the many piles of trash and debris neatly stacked at the curb by volunteers.
From the troop that helped clean up Ira B. Melton Park March 12: "The parents of Troop 534 only pay $10 for each campout to cover the Scouts meals, the rest of the money for camping and other equipment comes from fundraisers that the boys plan. Our next one is a Car Wash this Saturday, March 19 from 10am-3pm. I always make some donuts for Scouts or customers and cook hot dogs, served with chips and lemonade. Boys will work for food! The car wash will be at Briarcliff United Methodist Church, the pumpkin church, it is where Shallowford dead ends into Briarcliff. 4105 Briarcliff Road Atlanta 30345." Thanks! Mrs. Nelson, Scoutmaster, Troop 534
The Georgia Marathon starts at 7am on Sunday morning and it runs through the Clairmont/N Decatur Rd intersection.
From her newsletter: American Red Cross Request for Blood; Kids Eat Free; GA General Assembly Nears Crossover Day; 6th Annual Georgia Rides to the Capitol Bicycle Ride; Take Action for Healthy Food; Dems Shape HOPE legislation
Reminder from CHCA neighbor Dr. Dave Crass who runs the GA Historic Preservation Division in DNR: "Again this year we are co-sponsoring the Decatur Old House Fair on Saturday 19 March. This year we focus on ranch houses and practical advice for maintaining and upgrading them. I thought folks in the CHCA might be interested (I live at 636 Densley). ..."
From the DeKalb History Center: Discover, Shop, and Learn at the 3rd Annual Decatur Old House Fair-- December 2010 – On Saturday, March 19, 2011, the City of Decatur, in partnership with the Georgia Historic Preservation Division and the DeKalb History Center, will hold the third annual Decatur Old House Fair. This day-long celebration features new ideas, practical advice, innovative materials, and quality services for owners of older homes. Homeowners attend how-to seminars and workshops on restoring old windows, historic landscapes, researching an old house, kitchen and bath ideas, energy efficiency, and much more. The Fair also includes a large exhibit hall of professionals, retailers, and suppliers specializing in home improvement, historic preservation, and interior furnishings.
From neighbor Neil Shuman: A Global Movement for Change: More than a single happening, this is the creation of a movement to recruit volunteers and resources, network people doing good works, and to ignite similar events around the globe. You’ve heard of the World Economic Summit… this event is the Global Humanitarian Summit! This is neither an academic nor a monetizing venture. It is simply an effort to show that regardless of where one is from, how famous or unknown, and how rich or poor, compassionate action is the secret to a joyous life. We hope to collectively foster and harness the tremendous human potential to do good!
From the Clairemont/Great Lakes Neighborhood Association newsletter: Neighbors, A few Decatur residents are starting a Bike Club with an inaugural Atlanta to Athens Ride May 21 – 22, 2011 supporting Multiple Sclerosis. Details are provided below. Jerseys need to be ordered soon and a team party is scheduled for March 19. Who's in? Join firstname.lastname@example.org
From the county CEO's OneDekalb Office of Neighborhood Empowerment: The purpose of these meetings is to assist in the regulation of personal care homes, allow for the provision thereof, alleviate potential over concentration, and enhance the quality of life in DeKalb County neighborhoods. Meetings on March 22, 24, 29, 31.
From the DeKalb History Center: Enjoy an evening of food, wine, beer and music while bidding on fantastic items donated by generous local businesses. Silent auction packages include event tickets, golf, dinners, art, jewelry, hotel stays, special tours, books, children's activities, fitness opportunities and more.
From rep. Hank Johnson's newsletter: Oil, Arts, Vets, Floods, Egg Roll, Constituents
Dear Friends, I've heard from many of you about high gas prices. America’s reliance on oil makes for a heavy burden on all Americans and small businesses. This is especially true in the Atlanta area, where getting around by car is often the only option.
From the CEO's office: Dear Neighbors, It’s true. Since becoming your CEO, DeKalb County has cut more in spending than any other local government in the Atlanta metro region. I made that statement on February 22. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution decided to put my statement to the Truth-O-Meter test. By comparing our budgets to other local governments, the AJC found that DeKalb County has cut $107 million since I became CEO. That’s a 17% decrease in spending. Click here to the read the AJC Truth-O-Meter article.
From the Emory Tibet Partnership: The Emory-Tibet Partnership is pleased to announce Emory’s 11th Annual Tibet Week: March 28th – April 2nd, 2011. Please review the attached poster for a complete list of events. This year, highlights include: Mandala Sand Painting and Traditional Tibetan Butter Sculpture, Buddhism and Science “Debate Night”, a panel on the Middle Way Approach to the Tibet issue, and a musical performance of “Tibetan Love and Freedom Songs” by Techung.
From the Medlock Area Neighborhood Association: March 28 - MANA Community Meeting; March 7 - Board Votes to Redistrict Medlock Elementary; March 12 - MANA Helps Clean Melton Trail, April 30 is Medlock Spring Clean-up Date; May 21 - Save the Date for MANA Senior Dinner; Medlock Community Garden Welcomes Spring
From Emory Report: by David Payne. An oasis is taking shape amid the ongoing construction related to the Emory Village roundabout and streetscape improvements. The roadway for the new roundabout will open space that is currently covered in asphalt for a new "pocket park" adjacent to the Chevron gas station and North Oxford Road. The small park -- approximately 8,300 square feet –- will be one of the newly created public spaces in the revitalized Village.
From commissioner Jeff Rader: Sunday - Grand Opening for new Mason Mill Playground! There will be a ribbon cutting for the beautiful new playground at Mason Mill Park on Sunday, March 20, 2011 at 1:00 pm. Please join the community and Commissioner Jeff Rader for this special event!
From the county CEO's OneDeKalb office: There is so much that can be done to bring jobs and services to our communities and economic development is the way to achieve these goals. This fun and interactive workshop will explain what economic development is, why communities should be involved, and what role residents can play. Topics include: