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BEAUTIFICATION


DIRECTORHIARI IMARA 
CONTACT: BEAUTIFICATION@WESTVIEWATLANTA.ORG 



2019 Achievements:

• Successful Neighborhood Clean up in March

• Coordinated the execution of Bioswales for 2 installations within Westview neighborhood. 
It's not too late to volunteer for this.
Sign up for either 
March 29th or March 30th


• Coordinating and preparing for the unveiling of John Davis Park in April. Mrs. Delores led the initiative to rename the park in John Davis's honor - in remembrance for his years of contribution to the Beautification Committee and for his contribution on the WCO. 
Please save the date for this event. 





ENGAGEMENT & Development


DIRECTORCANDACE GIROD & JAKE CARPENTER 
CONTACT: Development@WESTVIEWATLANTA.ORG 




2019 Achievements:

• Successful Vine Clean up in February 

• In partnership with Georgia State University, the Community engagement team is working to preserve and share stories of long time Westview residents. Learn more or nominate a long-term neighbor visit our blog


• Preparing and leading the first 2019 This Old House Project. It's no too late to volunteer for this event in April. Please save the date for this event.  





YOUTH & EDUCATION 

DIRECTORKIYOMI ROLLINS & MICHELE STEWART 

CONTACT: YOUTH@WESTVIEWATLANTA.ORG 




2019 Achievements:

• Organized and hosted Westview's 1st annual community career fair for the youth. The objective of the Community Career Fair is to expose our community youth to unique careers & entrepreneurship.  


• Introduced the Youth of the Month program. This program honors a Westview Youth for their outstanding performance in the community. March was awarded to one of our youths for his entrepreneurship skills.   

• Ideating ways to utilize Stokes Park for our Youth. Check back for further updates.





Communications & events

DIRECTORalyssa ridderhof & anna LEONHARD 

CONTACT: COMMUNICATIONS@WESTVIEWATLANTA.ORG 


2019 Achievements:

• Developed integrated website that provides another outlet for neighbors to get information on things happening in Westview. Example: End of Month recap emails.


• Developed a social media strategy to ensure posts are relevant & timely.


• Working with our neighbors to understand the best way to communicate with each.


• Ideating concepts for Westview merchandise to share our neighborhood pride. 




COMMUNITY GARDEN


DIRECTORALEXANDER LITTLE
CONTACT: GARDEN@WESTVIEWATLANTA.ORG 


2019 Achievements:


• Initial developments of transforming the current Westview Community Garden into an organic food forest. 


Set aside 3 working days each week for work in the Garden: Wednesdays 3PM to 6PM, Thursdays 3PM to 6PM and Saturdays 9AM to 12PM.  Interested in volunteering time in the garden or learning more about gardening? Visit the garden on these days to meet with Alex or his representative. The Westview Community Garden is located at 1439 South Gordon Street. 


• Partnered with Repair the World (a non-profit) who will provide a team of volunteer gardeners to help with the Westview Community Garden.  


• Working with the city of Atlanta for an ATV to help get seniors, special needs or any other neighbors around the garden. 


 

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NPU ADVOCACY 

DIRECTORDEBRA POUNDS & PAULETTE MONTAGUE  

CONTACT: ADVOCACY@WESTVIEWATLANTA.ORG 



2019 Achievements:

• Attends NPU-T meetings and represents Westview to ensure that Westview has a voice during these meetings. 


• Gathers & shares all relevant content for the Westview residents: 

Any resident that is need of help or assistance with Utility Bills reach out to 404-320-0166.


Seniors in need of furnace repairs, there is a qualification application. Please reach out to 404-872-0167

Ignite is a camp for girls with a purpose to recruit girls in high school to intern and train for the fire department.


New legislation to increase the business license fee was not approved by city council  



 

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ZONING & PUBLIC SAFETY

DIRECTORJohn pettinger
CONTACT: Zoning@WESTVIEWATLANTA.ORG 


2019 Achievements:

• Worked with city officials and ATL Plus to help enforce parking issues. Blocking and parking in driveways is a towable offense.  


• Developing a guide book to help provide recommendations for anyone looking to renovate a house within Westview.   


• Partners with Major Griffin, Zone 4 Commander, to address/follow up with any safety concerns. 

 

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