Atlanta Beltline's SW Atlanta Ambassador, Shantaé M. Robinson

The Atlanta BeltLine is currently the largest transportation project in the country. It is imperative our community is involved.

The Atlanta Beltline organization has identified three Ambassador Leaders who live in three distinct areas of the Atlanta BeltLine.  Shantaé M. Robinson, who resides in Southwest Atlanta will assume the responsibility as the Ambassador Leader for this region.

The neighborhoods she reaches out to include Audobon Forest, Bankhead, Cascade, Castleberry HIll, Grove Park, Howell Station, Hunter Hills, Just Us, Mozley Park, Oakland City, Vine City, Washington Park, West End and Westview (with a range form NPU's I, J, K, L, M, S and T).

As an Ambassador Leader I will work as a liaison for the community and the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership. In an effort to ensure the neighborhood is aware of events and meetings I will reach out to organizations, canvass in the community, and post literature on community boards. - Shantaé M. Robinson

Cascade Patch readers will see more and more about our portion of the Beltline as Robinson disseminates more and more information.  Attached to this article is the monthly flyer with information tailored to Southwest Atlanta. It outlines current events and upcoming meetings.

Carrie Burns October 02, 2012 at 08:20 PM
Hi Shantaé, Carrie Burns here from Castleberry Hill. We would love to welcome you at a neighborhood meeting to discuss ways we can get involved in the BeltLine Westside development. I frequent the Washington Park pool and am familiar with the BeltLine access point there, which is closest to Castleberry Hill. Our meetings are the 3rd Monday of every month at 7pm at 211 Peters St. You can email me at info@castleberryhill.org.
Nia Knowles October 03, 2012 at 08:10 PM
Shantae has provided a wealth of information and in a timely manner! It's great to get news in advance that we can spread to the community and plan to participate!


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