The Week Ahead in Brookhaven and Chamblee

This week is filled with committee meetings and not much else.


8 p.m. Special Called Meeting of the Governor's Commission on Brookhaven's Contracting & Proposals Committee at the Brookhaven Bank, 2221 Johnson Ferry Road. Public Notice and Agenda here.


5:30-7:30 p.m. Chamblee Business Association After-Hours networking event at The Wing Factory at 5071 Peachtree Industrial Blvd. Appetizers provided. The event is free to CBA members and nonmembers.

6:30-7:30 p.m. District 3 City Council candidate Deborah Anthony will take questions in a forum at the Briarwood Park Recreation Center.


6:30-8:30 p.m. Proposed Special Called Meeting of the Brookhaven Commission's Parks & Recreation Committee at the commission's temporary headquarters, the Caldwell Facility, at 2536 Caldwell Road. This meeting has not yet been confirmed. Patch will provide updates if and when the meeting is confirmed.


6:30 p.m. Regular meeting of the Brookhaven Commission's Public Works Committee at the Caldwell Facility. Agenda and public notice to follow.

8 p.m. Regular meeting of the Brookhaven Commission at St. Martin's Episcopal Middle School atrium. Agenda to follow.


2 p.m. Regular meeting of the Brookhaven Commission's Project Management & Communications Committee at the Caldwell Facility. Agenda to follow.

Thomas October 08, 2012 at 08:09 PM
Kiri, I really like this concept of a summary for the week of community meetings. Great idea. Keep up the great work.
Aaron Bawcom October 08, 2012 at 11:12 PM
Great organization Kiri! A weekly roundup is perfect. Is there a Police Committee meeting Tuesday night?
Kiri Walton October 08, 2012 at 11:26 PM
Thanks guys! The next police committee meeting has not been posted on the Brookhaven Commission website and a public notice has not been announced yet, but I'll make sure to add it and run a post when it's announced.
Kiri Walton October 09, 2012 at 01:14 AM
This calendar does not include the CBA or district 3 candidate forum, however. I'm going to have this as a weekly feature with all public meetings.
Thomas T Telford October 09, 2012 at 11:49 AM
An example of a child at play: MARTA spends $144,000 on a psychological firm to assess the agency’s work environment: MARTA has long battled criticism of its management and spending, with state lawmakers especially critical. State Rep. Mike Jacobs, R-Atlanta, called the absence of a written evaluation from the Marietta consultant troubling. “It’s a fairly extensive evaluation on an odd subject matter for which there appears to be no tangible result,” said Jacobs, who chairs the legislative committee that oversees MARTA. “I am going to ask questions about it. I would inquire into what was spent, how it was used and what the results were. I’m not going to prejudge the propriety of he expenditure but it certainly is questionable on its face.”


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