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Brookhaven Cityhood Map

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Here is a map of the boundaries of the new city of Brookhaven.

Douglas January 19, 2012 at 03:14 AM
What do the colors mean in it?
Stephen Anderson January 24, 2012 at 11:07 PM
Parts of the Ashford Park neighborhood are excluded by these boundaries. An effort should be made to keep the neighborhood in tact. I realize that this may be because the City of Chamblee has already made claim to part of the neighborhood. Either the City of Chamblee should work out a deal (i.e. parts of the proposed boundary become part of Chamblee in exchange for the remainder of Ashford Park) with the proposed City of Brookhaven or make an effort to bring the remainder of Ashford Park into Chamblee. In any case, during this time of change, an effort should be made to keep the neighborhood whole. In just the last few months, an effort was undertaken to try to unify the neighborhood and establish it as "one" by placing sign toppers on all of the street signs within the neighborhood. Now we are going to draw a line in the neighborhood and place it into two different cities?
Booyah January 24, 2012 at 11:27 PM
The boundary line is indeed the City of Chamblee.
Hank Quinn February 25, 2012 at 05:04 AM
I does not seem to make any difference if part of Ashford Park was a neighborhood in Chamblee and Unincorporated Dekalb. Can it not still be a neighborhood in Chamblee and Brookhaven? Historic Brookhaven is in both Fulton and Dekalb, Pine Hills is in both Fulton and Dekalb. I think defining your neighborhood is a great Idea and can still happen.
John Carter April 06, 2012 at 08:43 PM
Why keep "Ashford Park" whole! LOL All that is, is a name!
cmrc August 06, 2012 at 03:21 AM
WRONG MAP! It is a preliminary version that was amended well before HB 636 passed the Georgia Legislature. The real map (BHccR2-2012) has four city council districts. The districts are highlighted in colors for easier visual identification. The actual map is available here: http://www.brookhavenyes.org/brookhaven_city_map.pdf
"E Pluribus Unum" August 06, 2012 at 10:45 AM
Maybe this was already mentioned in an earlier article, but does anyone know where the eventual Brookhaven police force will park their cars? Will it be in the parking lot of the proposed City Hall across the street from the Brookhaven Marta Station? If so, any thoughts from folks about that? I started thinking about this proposed site and it seems the anticipated volume of traffic in and out of that location would create an awful lot of congestion at that already difficult junction...NDH road and Peachtree. Are there other City Hall options being considered? Thank you.
"E Pluribus Unum" August 06, 2012 at 10:50 AM
Stephen Anderson, hopefully something can get worked out. I agree with you the neighborhood should reside in the same city....Brookhaven.

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