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Advisory Committee
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In cooperation with the City of Atlanta, to solicit input from a diverse number of parties on the implementation of the Piedmont Park Master Plan related specifically to capital projects and programming.

Authority and Relationship
The Piedmont Park Advisory Committee is a standing committee established by the 1995 Piedmont Park Master Plan, meeting as needed to perform its functions assigned to it by this document. The Committee has the authority to establish, as needed, such ad hoc groups as may be necessary to carry out its work.

Membership and Appointment
The Chairperson of the PPC Board will serve on the Piedmont Park Advisory Committee and will appoint up to four additional Board members to serve on the Committee. Committee membership will be representational of Atlanta with members serving from appropriate City of Atlanta departments, neighborhood organizations and constituent groups. Members will be appointed or selected by their organizations or constituent groups. PPC will request participation by organizations and constituent groups but will not select individual participants from those groups. The selection of the individual participants will be the responsibility of the individual groups or organizations. Individual appointees are expected to fully inform, solicit input from, and report on the views and opinions of their respective appointing organizations.

The Piedmont Park Conservancy CEO is staff officer to the committee.

The committee shall meet as needed to accomplish its duties.

•  To review and comment upon plans for future capital improvements consistent with the current master plan.
•  To act as a forum for seeking input on specific projects, designs and reaching compromise and consensus if necessary.
•  To regularly inform and report back to their respective neighborhood groups, associations, constituent groups and/or organizations on the issues discussed.
•  To regularly report to the PPC Board on activities of the committee.
•  To attend regularly scheduled PPC Town Hall meetings to listen and report to the community at large.

Invited Organizations & Associations:
Organization/Association Appointee/Rep.
American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) W. Brown
The Atlanta Alliance on Developmental Disabilities (AADD) Mary Yoder
Atlanta Botanical Garden (ABG) Ben Bradley
Atlanta Dogwood Festival Beverly Molander
Atlanta Youth Soccer Association Bob Findley
Ansley Park Civic Association Lisa Cannon Taylor
Atlanta Planning and Advisory Board (APAB) William Teasley
Atlanta Audubon Society Marcia Klenbort
Atlanta Bicycle Campaign Dennis Hoffarth
Atlanta Department of Planning Steve Cover
Atlanta Department of Watershed Management George Barnes
Atlanta Preservation Center Boyd Coons
Atlanta Track Club Tracey Russell
Atlanta Regional Commission Brad Calvert
Atlanta Department of Parks, Recreation and
Cultural Affairs
Dianne Harnell Cohen
Atlanta Community Gardens Duane Marcus
City Council President Lisa Borders
(or district representative)
Lisa Borders
Council Member H. Lamar Willis
(or district representative)
A. S. Smith
Council Member C.T. Martin
(or district representative)
Council Member Jim Maddox
(or district representative)
Council Member Joyce Sheperd
(or district representative)
Council Member Carla Smith
(or district representative)
Carla Smith
Council Member Kwanza Hall
(or district representative)
Jay Tribbey
Council Member Ivory L. Young
(or district representative)
Council Member Cleta Winslow
(or district representative)
Council Member Natalie Archibong
(or district representative)
Virgil Murray
Council Member Anne Fauver
(or district representative)
Louis Foster
Council Member Howard Shook
(or district representative)
Council Member Clair Muller
(or district representative)
C. Fountain
Council Member Felicia Moore
(or district representative)
Eastside Adjacent Neighborhood David Rodgers
Festivals and Special Events Representative  
Friends of Piedmont Park Doug Abramson
Grady High School Parent Teachers Association Cynthia Micklebury
Leash Free Alliance of Piedmont Park (LAPP) Kay Stephenson
Metro Atlanta Regional Transportation Authority (MARTA)  
Midtown J in the City Elizabeth Lieberman
Midtown Neighbors Association Elston Collins
Midtown Parents Group Jinger Simkins-Stuntz
Morningside/Lenox Park Civic Association Charlotte Gillis
NPU-F Jack White
Park Pride & PARC Guido Sacchi
PATH Foundation  
Pedestrian Educating Drivers on Safety (PEDS) Sally Flocks
Piedmont Park Tennis Association Rod Chatham
Piedmont Park Tennis Center Sharon Lester
Piedmont Heights Neighborhood Association Clara O’Shea
Post 1 at Large Caesar Mitchell
(or district representative)
Post 2 at Large Mary Norwood
(or district representative)
Georgia Roberts
The Shepherd Center  
Skate Board Parks Representative Rob Kincheloe
Urban Design Commission Jeff Defrane
Virginia Highlands Civic Association Judy McCabe Smith
Virginia Highlands/Morningside Parents Group

Megan Missett
Piedmont Park Conservancy: Jan Harralson, Chair
Lawrence Ashe
Penelope Cheroff
John Webster
Alexis Scott

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Piedmont Park Conservancy
P.O. Box 7795
Atlanta, GA 30357-0795
404.875.7275 (PARK)
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