Building a community one step at a time
Neighbors will come together to grow fresh, organic, healthy foods. The benefits of community gardening are boundless. It stimulates social interaction and the beautifies neighborhood. Each garden plot is a joint effort where friends and neighbors not only share responsibilities, but the reward of their harvest. A community workday is planned to build and install raised planters in February/March 2016
NEW NEIGHBORHOOD SIGNAGE
The entrance to our community is the first and last impression that prospective residents and visitors get of your neighborhood. Our new community pillars will welcome our residents and their guests.
MEADOW LOOP TRAIL RESTORATION
LMM was awarded a $1000 grant from the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta to fund our plantings for the Milkweeds for Monarchs Project along the Meadow Loop Trail. Our group of 30 neighborhood volunteers, along with our partner, the South Fork Conservancy, planted over 200 native plants in the Meadow.
MARTA Clifton Corridor Transit Initiative
The Clifton Corridor Transit Initiative is MARTA’s proposed light rail line linking the Lindbergh and Avondale Stations. The light rail line will provide service to one of the region’s most congested areas – and biggest job centers – serving Emory University, Emory Hospital, the Centers for Disease Control, Children’s Healthcare, and Veteran’s Administration Hospital. Click here for February 02, 2016 briefing on the Environmental Impact Study.