Gwendolyn Cook Bibb shares her hopes for the future of the “patient, persistent” neighborhood.
Hunter Williams speaks about the recent wave of crime in his area, and what he would like to see done about it.
Justine Atkins on why her neighborhood is “a diamond in the rough.”
Doris Clanton discusses the issues facing her neighborhood.
Alonzo Darrow explains why Thomas is a neighborhood in transition.
Larry Butler talks about the need for involvement in his neighborhood — from citizens, the city, and the police.
John C. Harris discusses his neighborhood’s framework plan for addressing blight and crime.
Fairview Neighborhood President Gerri Robinson discusses ways of keeping her community involved and why city officials should be more “amenable” to neighborhoods.
Druid Hills President Amie Evans discusses the urban blight and generational divides facing her “quiet, lovable” neighborhood.
Neighborhood President Myeisha Hutchinson discusses potential solutions to Oak Ridge’s Park’s problems with poverty and community involvement.
Graymont president Willine Body talks about the struggles and division facing her neighborhood.
Crestwood North president Darrell O’Quinn discusses the need for education and infrastructure.
For Acipco-Finley Neighborhood President Kevin J. Powe, encouraging beautification and fostering positive business is a priority.