Five of metro Atlanta’s northern Perimeter mayors will meet to discuss priorities and challenges for the coming year on Friday, March 3, at noon at the Hyatt Regency Atlanta Perimeter Summit.

Participating mayors are John Ernst of Brookhaven, Denis Shortal of Dunwoody, Eric Clarkson of Chamblee, Donna Pittman of Doraville and Rusty Paul of Sandy Springs.

The mayors will discuss the challenges and opportunities growth in the Perimeter Center. Topics include last mile connectivity, traffic improvements, the impacts of the new home of the Atlanta Braves in Cobb County, ongoing construction of I-285 and Ga. 400 interchange construction project and how to adjoining cities can connect trails and green space.

The panel is organized by the Perimeter Business Alliance.

The Hyatt Regency Atlanta Perimeter is located at 4000 Summit Blvd.

Dyana Bagby

Dyana Bagby is a staff writer for Reporter Newspapers and Atlanta Intown.

One reply on “Perimeter mayors to discuss coming year challenges, opportunities March 3”

  1. This is an example of what dividing yourself into small groups/cities gets you. All of them realizing they’re near powerless on their own, working together as a group is the only way anything gets done and the corporations they’re recruiting with massive tax breaks each make more money by a wide margin than each city alone as well as all the cities combined. The last one leaves each small city in a vulnerable position.

    In an effort to reduce the size of government could we now join this group of small cities into one municipality?

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