Enter through the white double doors on Moreland.
The primary focus of this month's meeting is to formalize the organizational structure of the Southeast Beltline Committee. The current proposal is to create for subcommittees.
Communications — Crafting strategies and delivering messaging that furthers the SEBC mission to SEBC members and the general public, via the SEBC website, social media accounts, and any other channels. Point of contact for proactive and reactive communications with media organizations.
Programming + Partnerships — Researching and developing initiatives, programs, and events that further the both the general mission and specific aims of the SEBC. Initiating mutually beneficial relationships and fostering partnerships with other community organizations aligned with the mission of the SEBC or relevant causes.
Transportation — Review and understand the plans and policies of the City, ABI, and GDOT as well as all transportation issues for the neighborhood, including streets, parking, traffic signals, signs, traffic operations and mitigation methods, designated truck routes, sidewalks, street signage and pedestrian and bicycle amenities in regards to the BeltLine
Development — Review and understand the City's plans, ABI’s plans, the land development code, development processes, neighborhood planning, zoning, annexations, eminent domain, historic regulations, design, mobility as it concerns land use, and related matters. The committee tracks and reports on developments within the BeltLine overlay and advocates for neighborhood-based solutions.