Third Quarterly Briefing of 2019

WHAT: Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) will hold its third Quarterly Briefing of 2019.

WHEN: The meeting will be held on Tuesday, September 17, 2019 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.

WHERE: 725 Ponce Building at 725 Ponce de Leon Avenue, NE, Atlanta, 30306. This meeting is accessible directly from the Eastside Trail and via MARTA bus lines #2, #102 or #899. See for a map and schedule. Please consider biking or walking if you are able. Limited free parking is available on site. Enter from Ponce de Leon Avenue and pull into the parking deck below the building, then follow signs to the meeting location on the second floor. You may also attend the meeting via livestream at

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Quarterly Briefing meetings are open to everyone. Anyone interested in general updates about Atlanta BeltLine programs and projects is encouraged to attend.

ABOUT THE MEETING: Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) hosts quarterly public meetings meant to update the public on the latest Atlanta BeltLine progress. The third Quarterly Briefing of 2019 will kick off with a facilitated panel discussion titled “Greening, Growing and Going,” a conversation on urban sustainability, equity, and economic development led by a wide range of leaders from across the city. Following the panel, we will have brief project updates from Atlanta BeltLine staff.

The meeting will feature a discussion with moderator Elizabeth Johnson, Project Manager for the City of Atlanta’s Urban Ecology Framework, along with panelists Kevin Burke, Director of Design for Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.; Robert Reed, Advisor for Marketplace Solutions for Southface; Angelou Exeila, CEO & Founder of the Greening Youth Foundation; Jay Wozniak, Director of Georgia Urban Parks for the Trust For Public Land; Greg Levine, Co-Executive Director & Chief Program Officer for Trees Atlanta; Darryl Haddock, Program Director for the West Atlanta Watershed Alliance.

Meeting materials and opportunities for public feedback will be made available on the day of the meeting at

COMMUNITY CONTACT: For more information, please contact or call 404-477-3003.


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