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Memorial Park Walkways Project
Feasibility Study Update
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Last Thursday, December 10, 2016, AMPC presented the Memorial Park Walkways Project Feasibility Study findings and recommendations to the City's Park Design Review (PDR) committee. The Feasibility Study addresses enhanced connectivity, tree canopy preservation and restoration of the native plant communities for the passive side of the park, on the west side of Northside Drive, commonly known as Memorial Park (see image).
The PDR committee reviewed the proposal and is in support of the concept for the improvements to the passive side of the park. Currently, the perimeter sidewalk plans are with the Department of Public Works (DPW) for their initial review and comment. When those comments are received and accepted by PDR, AMPC's landscape architect firm, Hughes, Good, O'Leary and Ryan (HGOR), will move forward with the construction document phase.  
AMPC and Atlanta Junior Golf
for a
Discussion on Youth Golf
When: Sunday, January 10, 2016 at 3 pm
Where: the rooftop patio of the newly opened Monroe Apartments (adjacent to the Bobby Jones Golf Course)
rsvp: info@atlmemorialpark.org 
Graham Carpenter, AMPC board member and Collier Hills North Civic Association liaison, and Kelli Keb, AMPC board member and Collier Hills Civic Association liaison, will be joined by Kris Mikkelsen, a former two-time All-American and captain of the Georgia Tech golf team and current President of Atlanta Junior Golf.  Kris will discuss AJG’s approach to introducing an estimated 10,000 Atlanta youths to the sport of golf as well as the many synergies between their initiatives and AMPC’s proposed draft Master Plan for the Bobby Jones Golf Course. 
AMPC and Trees Atlanta
for an
Invasives Removal Workshop
When: Thursday, January 21, 2016 from 7-8 pm
rsvp:  click here
So what’s the big deal if that creeping ivy grows up the side of that tree?Article Image

What’s the harm in allowing that Chinese privet to take root alongside native plants? 

These and other invasive species can have devastating effects on native plant life. Brian Williams, Trees Atlanta’s Forest Restoration Manager, will present the best practices for removing these plants, while also promoting the growth of natural species and restoring native forests and greenspace.
Atlanta Memorial Park Conservancy's
mission is 
to make
Atlanta Memorial Park
a beautiful, 
environmentally sensitive and
sustainable park,
to the neighborhoods
and the City,
by enhancing
the Park,
golf experiences
through a 
collaborative process

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Address postal inquiries to:
Atlanta Memorial Park Conservancy
P.O. Box 11609
Atlanta, GA 30355