Planter Given to Dedicated Businessman

The Greater Hidden Hills Community Development Corporation is proud to recognize Nick’s Barbershop with a beautiful planter. Owner Vance Harper opened thPlanter Givenis successful shop at Redan/S. Hairston 28 years ago. We applaud his dedication to the community,  the outstanding service he provides, and the well-maintained storefront.  GHHCDC installed the planter to encourage other businesses to spruce up their storefronts. Curb appeal matters!

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GHHCDC gives a planter


Photo by Charles Beard: Nick’s Barbershop owner is presented a planter by GHHCDC Board of Directors Nadine Rivers-Johnson (left) and Phyllis Frierson (right).


Look out! The Tire Store on Redan wants to become a gas station and liquor store. 

This property is at 4736 Redan Road, one lot west of Boston Market. We ask you to join us in opposing this request. We have too many gas stations, auto parts stores, and alcohol retail outlets in the Greater Hidden Hills community. We don’t need any more!

Please click on petition and sign it to show your opposition. Pass the link to everyone who cares about this community.

Tire Store-4736-RedanSince the overlay district zoning forces the owner to get a special land use permit, we can make our voices heard.  The first public hearing is April 19, Sue Kellogg Library, 6:30 p.m.  (952 Leon St, Stone Mountain, GA 30083) We will ask the Community Council to deny the request.

This hearing is followed by two more: Planning Commission, May 4, 6:30 p.m., and Board of Commissioners, May 19, 6:30 p.m.

You may recall we met with Siasim Redan on Nov, 11, 2015, and let him know quite clearly that we did not want another gas station and alcohol outlet in the community. We must speak out again and insist that the county follow our much more positive plans for economic development.