Perimeter Community Improvement Districts (PCIDs) today dedicated their latest streetscape enhancement project at Lake Hearn Drive and Perimeter Summit Parkway.
Members from the PCIDs Boards, Perimeter Business Alliance Board of Trustees, and representatives from Dunwoody, Sandy Springs gathered to celebrate completing the DeKalb portion of the project.
Financed through a $3.1 million Transportation Enhancement Grant from the Atlanta Regional Commission, the project includes the redesign of pedestrian crossings, new sidewalks, improved signal timing, landscaped medians, and bikes lanes to create more efficient traffic patterns and improve pedestrian safety.
Joining the celebration were, standing. left to right: Richard Meehan, city of Brookhaven Public Works; Donna Mahaffey, Chief of Staff, PCIDs; Rebecca Chase Williams, Brookhaven City Council; Terry Nall, Dunwoody City Council; Yvonne Williams, President & CEO, PCIDs; David Spotts, Director of Facilities, AutoTrader.com; Eric Hubbard, Field Representative, Office of Congressman Hank Johnson; Robert Voyles, Principal and CEO, Seven Oaks Company; Russ Davis, Director of Marketing and Public Relations, Northside Hospital; Mark Kilby, PE, Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc.; Dennis Burnette, Burnette Arbitration and Mediation Services, Inc., ARC Board Member; Kevin Ergle, Project Manager, Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc.
Front, left to right: Diane S. Calloway, Attorney at Law & President, Specialized Title Services, Inc.; Jennifer Harper, Program Manager, PCIDs