In the week since our Aug. 17 announcement that we will no longer print CrossRoadsNews, my husband Curtis and I have found out just how much our community loves and respects the newspaper.
I read with great interest the article about Transit Oriented Developments along MARTA’s planned extension of the East Line to Stonecrest (CrossRoadsNews, Nov. 18, 2017).
Does this building look blighted? Code Enforcement officers attempted to issue CrossRoadsNews a “Final Notice of Violation” on a first visit for faded paint below.
I am happy that DeKalb County Beautification Department is finally trying to clean up Candler Road.
After decades of letting this corridor, where my office has been located since 2002, and every other business corridor and residential district in South DeKalb go to
hell in a hand basket,
as my grandmother used to say, code enforcement officers are showing up, and as many business owners found out the week of July 11-14 - showing out.
A trash can chained to a MARTA bus stop pole on Rainbow Drive in Decatur is emptied daily by an unknown benefactor who took ownership of littering.
Bus Stop Trash Can
knight, genie, or benefactor, please stand up.
I am talking about the person who has chained a black trash can with
Bus Stop Trash Can
scrawled across it in big gold letters on Rainbow Drive in Decatur.
There is a curb under there somewhere. This sidewalk on Rainbow Drive between Kings Park Circle and the I-285 overpass bridge is emblematic of the condition of sidewalks throughout south DeKalb County.
In the more than two decades that I
ve lived in south DeKalb County, I, like a lot of my neighbors, have become increasingly frustrated by the lack of consistent county services.
s runoff elections, DeKalb voters showed in no uncertain terms that Vernon Jones is not
as his campaign fliers would have had us believe.