Hello everyone! Cherryl Young/ MamaNye is here again with a fresh copy of the Decatur-Avondale Estates Daily. Read on to learn everything you need to know about what’s happening in the community, including what’s new:
- Senator John Ossoff announced the approval of $234 million for high-speed Internet to Georgians. How long does it take to Decatur?
- Resurgence Veterinary mobility for cats and dogs has opened its doors for service
- Housing construction increased to 124 units from a planned 161 units, with several additional benefits
But first, today’s weather:
Sunny. High: 55 Low: 34.
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Today’s top stories in Decatur-Avondale Estates are:
- Unfortunately, not all of our furry friends are in good health. Cats and dogs suffer from disease in the form of arthritis and diseases that cause disability. Fortunately, their owners have the services of Resurgence Veterinary Mobility. Resurgence Veterinary mobility opened its doors back in December. Veterinarian Cara McNamee says she’s grateful for the temporary location she once had on DeKalb Industrial Road, but she’s excited about the new 5,000-ft. sq. grateful for the facility. He stated that many of the services he and his team provide are not available in surrounding areas. (champion)
- Down the street from Decatur-Avondale Estates, we have the neighboring town of Stone Mountain, which is going through some redevelopment issues. The apartment development at 4994 Rockbridge Road continued to be met with opposition until recently. The plan was originally proposed in December 2021 and was delayed and subsequently postponed multiple times. Reports say Captura Properties has renegotiated its request for permission to build 124 units, as opposed to the original 161 units. DeKalb Planning Commission staff are working to maintain healthy trees in two parks, vegetated areas, and more. (Decaturish.com)
- Senator Jon Ossoff announced approval of his efforts to expand Internet access in Georgia counties.. Funds are provided through the American Rescue Plan Act in the amount of $234 million. The senator expressed how important this expansion is to children, local businesses and farmers. The city of Decatur reportedly received $13,351,884.50. (WALB)
Today in Decatur-Avondale Estates:
- Book Sale – DeKalb County Public Library (10 a.m.)
- Webinar – Starting a Business – Are you ready? (10:00 A.M.)
- Friday movie theater – DeKalb County Public Library (11 a.m.)
- Webinar – How to Write a Dynamic Business Plan (13:00)
- Friday movies – DeKalb County Public Library (1:30 p.m.)
- 06 JAN 23: Giant Harvest Distribution (Meat, Milk, Bakery, Water, etc.) (15:00)
- Varsity Basketball VS LITHONIA – Decatur High School (6 p.m.)
From my notebook:
- Avondale Estates Farmers Market reopens this Sunday, January 8th at 10am with a variety of vendors. Avondale Estates Farmers Market is located at 22 N. Avondale Road in Avondale Estates. (Avondale Estates Farmers Market via Facebookbook)
- Avondale Estates, Decatur announced the winners holiday decorating contest … (Decaturish.com )
- Winnona Park PTA The PE department announced that they are bringing back their iRUN shirts. Those interested can place their orders until January 20. (Winnona Park PTA via Facebook)
- Forgivers Y’all will be automatically entered into a raffle for a ticket package during Rock Camp. You can visit the link to donate and find out what’s in the package… (GRC ATL via Facebook)
- Decatur Active Living is scheduled to host a workshop on creating a vision board. Those interested in attending may contact Sarah Holmes at (404)377-0494. A seminar is planned January 10 from 19:00 to 20:00. (Decatur Active Living via Facebook)
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That’s all he wrote for today. Until next time, take care, be you, and be Big-Full! 😉
— Cherryl Young / MamaNyeMatters
About Me: Cherryl Young DBA MamaNyeMatters. I was born in Providence, Rhode Island and moved to Georgia in 2017. My first children’s book “You Win Gold at the End of the Rainbow” was published in 2021. https://www.mamanyematters.com… I have worked in Atlanta and Gwinnett County Public Schools helping children with special needs. I studied Community Development at Roger Williams University in Rhode Island. My Purpose in Life is to Connect, Create, Inspire, Write and Expand and I’m HAPPY to be here as a Contributing Writer @ Patch! Travel With Me…
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