Posts tagged with "Medlock Area Neighborhood Association"

Suburban Plaza Walmart will open in November and employ 300

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt August 13, 2015

The Medlock Area Neighborhood Association met with representatives from Walmart and shared some more details about the project slated for Suburban Plaza. According to Theresa Same, with MANA, the store is expected to open in November of 2015 and employ 300 people. The hours will be 6 a.m. to midnight. “Walmart reserves the right to […]

Cities, neighborhoods map DeKalb’s future

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt November 13, 2014

This story has been updated.  Organizations working toward the creation of new cities in DeKalb County are finalizing their maps before a Nov. 15 deadline set by the state Legislature. Mary Kay Woodworth, with LakesideYES, told Decaturish on Thursday that Lakeside and Briarcliff supporters are hopeful the Tucker supporters will join them. “We are finishing the […]

Medlock rebuts Decatur Mayor on annexation

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt November 7, 2014

The Medlock Area Neighborhood Association published a lengthy response to recent comments by Decatur Mayor Jim Baskett. Medlock isn’t in Decatur’s annexation plan, though some early survey results show 66 percent of 224 respondents want to join Decatur. But city officials have warned off neighborhoods who aren’t in the city’s plan. Decatur officials believe more residential property […]

Medlock weighs possibilities as cityhood looms

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt August 27, 2014

The House Governmental Affairs Committee is giving all groups pursuing a new city until Nov. 15 to come up with maps to submit to the DeKalb County Legislative delegation. One local community, the Medlock Area Neighborhood Association, gathering information from both the city of Atlanta and the city of Briarcliff groups. But LakesideYES, a group that […]

Suburban Plaza – Demolition begins soon

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt June 9, 2014

Documents published by the Medlock Area Neighborhood Association show that developer Selig Enterprises will soon begin demolishing existing structures at Suburban Plaza to make way for a Walmart. Scott Selig on June 6 provided residents living near Suburban Plaza an update. “We will begin demolishing a portion of the shopping center in the coming weeks […]

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