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Friends of English Avenue Partners with Captain Planet Foundation to Rally Hundreds of Volunteers for Earth Day Clean-Up in English Avenue

Friends of English Avenue (FEA) and the Captain Planet Foundation joined forces to organize what was one of the biggest clean-up efforts in Atlanta history on Friday, April 21 and Saturday, April 22 in conjunction with Earth Day.

Close to 1,000 volunteers gathered over the two-day event, which included service projects, such as street clean-ups and beautification, as well as a 5K and 1K Kids Fun Run through the English Avenue community.


Passing of Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. Boardmember Joan Garner

"We are deeply saddened to hear the news of the passing of Commissioner Joan Garner. Joan served as a vital member of the Atlanta BeltLine Board of Directors, championing our affordable housing initiatives and lending her guidance and support to so many other important efforts. More importantly, Joan was an integral part of our Atlanta BeltLine family being a long-time resident of the Old Fourth Ward and serving the community in so many ways. On behalf of the ABI Board and Team, we extend our sincere condolences to Jane and all of her loved ones during this difficult time."


Modernizing the Electric Grid to Encourage Widespread Use of Solar Power

SEIA Kicks off White Paper Series on Grid Modernization

Built during the last century, the United States electric grid is in need of an update to account for changes in how Americans get their electricity. A white paper being issued by Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), is the first in a series that will detail the steps necessary to properly upgrade our power infrastructure.


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