You can help protect the 50 trees the community and Trees Atlanta planted last November on Hairston Road. Just donate the cost of a few bags of mulch. Click on this link, please.
The funds will also allow the community to mulch the trees and shrubbery on the median at Redan and Hairston that were planted in 2017.
With your generous donations, the community can complete the project this fall. Let’s keep it green and protect our investment!
The beautiful stretch of young trees can be seen along the 1.5-mile stretch of S. Hairston Road from Mainstreet Park Drive to Martins Crossing Road near Antioch Episcopal Church.
The Greater Hidden Hills Community Development Corporation, a non-profit (501(c)3 that advocates for enhanced business standards, beautiful streetscapes, and protected green space, has committed to provide mulch for all 50 trees. GHHCDC is asking for help in raising $3000 to complete this important project. Your donation will defray the cost of materials and labor required to complete the project and will ensure the future health of these trees. Streetscapes matter and increase property values!
Help Us Save Our Trees. Please Donate Today!
Sept. 10 – Native Plant Gardens Volunteer Day
Please join the effort to prepare the beds for native plants in the Serenity Garden at Hairston Park. 8:30 – 10:30 a.m.
We recommend that you wear work gloves, durable pants, and long sleeves. Bring water.
If it is raining, we will have the workday on Sept. 17. 8:30-10:30 a.m.
Special Election Sept. 24
Jan Costello has accepted a position representing District 5 on the DeKalb County Planning Commission. As a result, she can no longer serve as president of the Greater Hidden Hills Community Development Corp., but she will continue to work as a member on various projects.
Before the regular meeting on Sept. 24, there will be a special election for president. If you are interested in running for the office of president, please write to GHHCDC@gmail.com right away.
Sept. 24, 10 a.m. at Mainstreet Community Center.
5001 Mainstreet Park, Stone Mountain, 30088.
You can join by Zoom:
Meeting ID: 821 0318 5277
One tap mobile: +16465588656
Herbert Love has been nominated to serve, and he is willing. He has been a member of the Board of Directors since 2017, and he has led many initiatives including streetscape improvements and tying business license renewal to code enforcement compliance. He has lived in DeKalb County 44 years, and he is active with the Carriage Hills Civic Association. He is a retired Meineke Car Care Centers master franchisee.
If other candidates come forward, we will provide their bios.