The new Front Yard Tree Program allows homeowners to apply and to pay a $25 application fee to have a tree installed in the front yard by Trees Atlanta.
Chamblee Mayor Eric Clarkson clarified that the airport does not need the city’s permission to build the hangars, and the City Council is only voting whether to approve certain details regarding the look of the hangars near Clairmont Road.
The curriculum includes education on various de-escalation techniques as well as live role-play scenarios of officers responding to persons who need mental health assistance.
“We are proud to be the first municipality in Georgia to enable its residents to interactively text message with local government. Citibot helps us scale up this aspect of customer service,” adds Chamblee City Manager Jon Walker.
Projects range from commercial office to mixed-use and multiple types of residential.
Construction for the park is scheduled to begin in May, with completion scheduled for January 2020, weather permitting.
The ordinance, which passed unanimously at Tuesday night’s Chamblee City Council meeting, lays out a process for people to file a complaint with the city if they feel they were discriminated against.
The Greenway master plan includes a 12-mile multiuse trail connecting Brookhaven, Chamblee, Doraville, Mercer University in unincorporated DeKalb County and eventually the Atlanta BeltLine.
The proposed development would be just east of the Chamblee MARTA station and across the street from DeKalb-Peachtree Airport.
The Chamblee City Council is set to vote Tuesday on a resolution to apply for a grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation that would fund self-driving shuttles to carry passengers up and down Peachtree Road. The shuttles, which are electric, would fit eight to 16 people.