NPU-T holds its monthly meeting during the 2nd Wednesday of the month. The latest meeting was held outside on a cold evening due to a loss key, but was one of the most attended community meetings I have been to.
Although the meeting was abbreviated because of the weather conditions, in the following video you will hear the Atlanta Watershed's announcement on what NOT to put down the drain during the holidays. Hint: No turkey or ham grease. Our drains at home are not made to accept grease, and could cost you money in the long-run.
In addition, Councilwoman Cleta Winslow was in attendance and asked community members to write Mayor Kasim Reed and express their need and desire to have Fire Station #7 re-opened and available to serve the community. As it stands now, other stations which are farther away have to come to West End when there is a fire here. This extra travel distance could harm response times, and it could harm the community in which the fire truck left from, if they happened to have an emergency too at the same time.
Join NPU-T by going to www.nputatlanta.org