Decatur Heights Neighborhood Association hosting public meeting about traffic
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On Aug. 21, at 7 p.m., the Church at Decatur Heights invites residents to attend a meeting about city traffic, which will be held in the church’s Sanctuary.
The church is located at 735 Sycamore Dr, Decatur, GA 30030.
The Decatur Heights Neighborhood Association coordinated the meeting with city officials. The meeting is open to everyone, not just DHNA members.
“We have heard neighbors’ consistent concern about traffic issues in our neighborhood, which is experiencing development on all sides,” DHNA President Alex Weatherby said. “Now is the chance for you to talk directly with City representatives on an issue important to you.”
There’s recently been renewed discussion around one notorious intersection in the city: North Decatur Road and Superior Avenue.
The draft of the city’s transportation plan was released July 11 for public review and feedback. It lists several intersections for improvement, including North Decatur Road and Superior Avenue. Decatur Mayor Patti Garrett said implementing the recommendations in that plan could cost the city $1.5 million.
Here’s a flyer for the DHNA event:
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