Sunday, March 16, 2008

Plan limits traffic in downtown corridors
The Atlanta Police department has created a traffic plan to ensure areas hit hardest by the tornado on Friday evening will be kept clear in order for public safety and clean-up crews to continue their work.

Atlanta Police are urging motorists to use extreme caution when returning to work Monday morning as numerous traffic lights remain out of order, and city crews continue to clear debris from the areas affected by the severe weather on Friday and Saturday.

The Village Cafe is at it again...
I've said it before and you'll hear it again: The Village Cafe is my favorite southside Atlanta restaurant. They have an outstanding menu, a fantastic staff and the food is always so great I wish I could eat there every night. Yes, I could easily eat there every night and never get bored as there is a LOT of variety on the menu

Write it Down II
When I made the commitment to qualify for nationals in cross country in my sophomore year of college, I did a few things that I will now suggest to you.

Red Cross Unified Service Center Opens Monday at Noon
The Red Cross, in conjunction with the City of Atlanta and the Salvation Army, will open a Unified Service Center Monday March 17 at noon at Beulah Baptist Church, 170 Griffin St, Atlanta, Georgia 30314, for people impacted by the recent tornado.

Atlanta Street Closings fro Atlanta Police Dept.
GPSN Note: We believe the earlier email included all of these, but just to be on the safe side we're posting the following: The following is a list of street closures from the Atlanta Police Department as of 10:00 a.m. Sunday, March 16, 2008. Police are urging motorists to stay out of the affected areas to allow public works crews to continue their clean-up efforts.

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