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Keith Hanks April 21, 2014 at 10:44 PM
We know there's alot of events going on that night, including the final night of Passover. LookingRead Moref orward to seeing those that can attend. This is going to be an important meeting for the local history books.
Ralph April 22, 2014 at 09:58 PM
Interesting meeting. Three members of legislature gave a lecture that the three city groups willRead Moreha ve to compromise and come to agreement or nothing will pass. Did not hear any indications from Briarcliff of the representive of Tucker City group stating what they are willing to give up or change in order to come to agreement with Lakeside. No one from Lakeside was there. Briarcliff and Lakeside are pretty far apart and both will have to be willing to change their boundaries to reach an agreement. Time to think about what the real goal is. City for our area or refusing to give any ground. Ball is in the court. Time for someone to pick it up and come up with a plan. Interesting that Tucker says they are not bound by the agreement they made with Lakeside. 'That was an agreement of the moment and the moment is passed and so has the agreement." Does not sound encouraging.
Noemi N. Vega April 10, 2014 at 08:13 PM
My children and I, along with other families, used to take walks through Fernbank Forest as part of Read Morea nature night class that we have been attending for some years. The last time we had permission to walk the forest was almost two years ago. Now the children in our class gaze at Fernbank Forest through locked gates. This is not putting the forest in the hands of the children. What Fernbank Inc. is doing is absolutely shameful. There are some guided walks available in the forest on certain days, but for those who have paid to enter Fernbank Museum of Natural History. There are several in our communities who are not able to afford these fees, and the forest should not be out of reach for them.
Noemi N. Vega April 16, 2014 at 04:17 PM
This is what Fernbank Museum of Natural History was charging for a night walk through FernbankRead MoreFores t during Atlanta Science Week: $5 for their museum members and $10 for non-members. This is too expensive for the majority of people, and prices like this will keep too many people out. http://www.americantowns.com/ga/atlanta/events/atlanta-science-festival-fernbank-forest-night-walk-2014-03-28
Noemi N. Vega April 22, 2014 at 10:00 AM
Let's celebrate Earth Day today by spreading news of the petition further. Please sent out anRead Moree-mail or post a home made flyer at your local park. Thank you.