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Box 5, Folder 15, Document 2

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  • Text: a a SS 2A 3S i. eT = =F. >= = SEE December 28, 1966 Honorable Charles L. Weltner Member of Congress House of Representatives Old Post Office Building Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Dear Congressman Weltner: A Housing Resources Committee is being established in Atlanta to work closely with and as an adjunct to the Mayor's Office in a special effort to provide through private enterprise, non-profit organizations and public housing sufficient housing units for all those in low and medium income brackets in Atlanta to be housed in decent, safe and sanitary housing and to eliminate existing slums in our city. Sub=sommittees of the Housing Resources Committee will soon be appointed in various fields of endeavor to serve on the Committee for accomplishing this momentous objective. You have been nominated to serve with several others on the Legal Sub-Committee. It is anticipated that at tts first meeting each Sub-Committee will elect its own Chairman, who will also be the Sub-Committee's representative on the Executive Group” of the Housing Resources Committee as a whole. It is also expected that each Sub-Committee, in addition to supplying ''know how" in its particular field, will also be influential at all levels to gain acceptance for and promotion of the program and would select at least two young men from firms which can afford to devote part of their time for intensive work with the Sub-Committee. Congressman Weltner Page Two December 28, 1966 It would also be helpful if each Sub-Committee could form an advisory panel of people active in the field of housing, who would remain free to pursue their active business without conflict of interests. We hope that you will be able to serve on this Sub-Committee. Please advise Col. Malcolm Jones (telephone 522-4463, Ext. 432 or 437). : Cordially, Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor Cecil A. Alexander, Chairman Housing Resources Committee Sanford S. Atwood, Co-Chairman Housing Resources Committee Benjamin E. Mays, Co-Chairman Housing Resources Committee
  • Tags: Box 5, Box 5 Folder 15, Folder topic: Interstate route 485 | 1966
  • Record Created: April 18, 2017
  • Record Updated: April 29, 2021

Box 5, Folder 15, Complete Folder

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  • Text: CITY OF ATLANTA | CITY HALL ATLANTA, GA. 30303 December 30, 1966 Tel. 522-4463 Area Code 404 IVAN ALLEN, JR., MAYOR R. EARL LANDERS, Administrative Assistant MRS, ANN M, MOSES, Executive Secretary DAN E. SWEAT, JR., Director of Governmental Liaison Mr. Ray Moore News Director WSB-TV 1601 West Peachtree Street, N. E. Atlanta, Georgia 30309 Dear Mr. Moore: A Housing Resources Committee is being established in Atlanta to work closely with and as an adjunct to the Mayor's Office in a special effort to provide through private enterprise, non-profit organizations and public housing sufficient housing units for all ‘ those in low and medium income brackets in Atlanta to be housed in decent, safe and sanitary housing and to eliminate existing slums in our city. Sub=-committees of the Housing Resources Committee will soon be appointed in various fields of endeavor to serve on the Committee for accomplishing this momentous objective. You have been nominated to serve with several others on the Public Information Sub-Committee, It is anticipated that at its first meeting each Sub-Committee will elect its own Chairman, . who will also be the Sub-Committee's representative on the Executive Group of the Housing Resources Committee as a whole. It is also expected that each Sub-Committee, in addition to supplying "know how" in its particular field, will also be influential at all levels to gain acceptance for and promotion of the program and would select at least two young men from firms which can afford to devote part of their time for intensive work with the Sub-Committee, It would also be helpful if each Sub-Committee could form an advisory panel of people active in the field of housing who would Mr. Moore Page Two December 30, 1966 remain free to pursue their active business without conflict of interests. We hope that you will be able to serve on this Sub-Committee. Please advise Col, Malcolm Jones (telephone 522-4463, Ext. 432 or 437). Cordially, Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor Cecil A. Alexander, Chairman Housing Resources Committee Sanford S. Atwood, Co-Chairman Housing Resources Committee Benjamin E. Mays, Co-Chairman Housing Resources Committee a a SS 2A 3S i. eT = =F. >= = SEE December 28, 1966 Honorable Charles L. Weltner Member of Congress House of Representatives Old Post Office Building Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Dear Congressman Weltner: A Housing Resources Committee is being established in Atlanta to work closely with and as an adjunct to the Mayor's Office in a special effort to provide through private enterprise, non-profit organizations and public housing sufficient housing units for all those in low and medium income brackets in Atlanta to be housed in decent, safe and sanitary housing and to eliminate existing slums in our city. Sub=sommittees of the Housing Resources Committee will soon be appointed in various fields of endeavor to serve on the Committee for accomplishing this momentous objective. You have been nominated to serve with several others on the Legal Sub-Committee. It is anticipated that at tts first meeting each Sub-Committee will elect its own Chairman, who will also be the Sub-Committee's representative on the Executive Group” of the Housing Resources Committee as a whole. It is also expected that each Sub-Committee, in addition to supplying ''know how" in its particular field, will also be influential at all levels to gain acceptance for and promotion of the program and would select at least two young men from firms which can afford to devote part of their time for intensive work with the Sub-Committee. Congressman Weltner Page Two December 28, 1966 It would also be helpful if each Sub-Committee could form an advisory panel of people active in the field of housing, who would remain free to pursue their active business without conflict of interests. We hope that you will be able to serve on this Sub-Committee. Please advise Col. Malcolm Jones (telephone 522-4463, Ext. 432 or 437). : Cordially, Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor Cecil A. Alexander, Chairman Housing Resources Committee Sanford S. Atwood, Co-Chairman Housing Resources Committee Benjamin E. Mays, Co-Chairman Housing Resources Committee Housing “Resources Commidlee }- CRKankes K. Wustter , President Claes kK. Yi rtQs Compan nek b. ©. Rox IN Qos Goro, Cronyn ANZ - 7833 47%-A4SS QA, Charkes Parmer Por men, Src. ABl- BI3O 4. Gene Bargass AB1- 1Aaa7 RESOLUTION BY ALDERMAN JACK SUMMERS WHEREAS, the State Highway Department of Georgia has proposed the construction of a highway in Atlanta and Fulton County, Georgia as Project 1-485, known locally as Line "B' which extends northerly from the vicinity | of Ponce de Leon Avenue to 1-85 and F-056 in the vicinity of Lindberg Drive, and WHEREAS, the proposed project has long been an approved part of the development plan for Atlanta and Fulton County, and WHEREAS, the proposed project will provide traffic service to a heavily developed area, will provide for continuity of other freeways, and will provide relief to the traffic songestion occurring at the Brookwood Station Interchange and the North Freeway (Jct. 1-75 and I-85), and WHEREAS, the proposed project is the key to other proposed highway improvement projects in the area, and WHEREAS, there is a critical need for this project: z NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the location of this proposed project along Line 'B" ie concurred in by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Atlanta, and is recommended for approval te the State Highway Board of Georgia and the U. S. Bureau of Public Roads, and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a copy of this resolution be furnished to the State Highway Beard of Georgia along with the request that the proposed project be constructed at the earliest practicable date. RESOLUTION BY ALDERMAN JACK SUMMERS WHEREAS, the State Highway Department of Georgia has proposed the construction of a highway in Atlanta and Fulton County, Georgia as Project 1-485, known locally as Line "B' which extends northerly from the vicinity of Ponce de Leon Avenue to 1-85 and F-056 in the vicinity of Lindberg Drive, and WHEREAS, the proposed project has long been an approved part of the development plan for Atlanta and Fulton County, and WHEREAS, the proposed project will provide traffic service to a heavily developed area, will provide for continuity of other freeways, and will provide relief to the traffic eongestion occurring at the Brookwood Station Interchange and the North Freeway (Jct. 1-75 and 1-85), and WHEREAS, the proposed project is the key to other proposed highway improvement projects in the area, and WHEREAS, there is a critical need for this project: | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the location of this proposed project along Line ''B" is concurred in by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Atlanta, and is recommended for approval to the State Highway Board of Georgia and the U. S. Bureau of Public Roads, and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a copy of this resolution be furnished to the State Highway Board of Georgia along with the request that the proposed project be constructed at the earliest practicable date. s A June 16, 1966 _ ) sf Honorable Jack Summers, Chairman Public Works Committee Number 1 Board of Aldermen ; City of Atlanta City Hail Atlanta, Georgia Dear Alderman Summers: The U. S. Bureau of Public Roads has requested that the Mayor and Board of Aldermen concur in the State Highway Department of Georgia recommended location of Interstate Route 485 (1-485), Line "B", You are well aware of all the arguments in support of and in opposition to the location of this road along the route recommended as well as other routes which were thoroughly investigated and considered. I am confident the Highway Department concerned itself not only with the engineering requisites, but with all the other factors to minimize residential dislocation and community disorganization, The City of Atlanta cannot afford further delay in seeing this project started. Besides the critical need of [1-485 for the relief of north- side Atlanta traffic congestion, the approval of several other major highway projects for the benefit of Atlanta motorists is contingent upon the construction of 1-485. The construction of that portion of F-056 from the northern limits of 1-485 near Marian Road to the junction of the Appalachian Developmental Highway at the Circumferential Route (1-285) is directly dependent upon the approval of 1-485. If approval is not en ee Alderman Summers Page Two June 16, 1966 gained on the above numbered project, this section would probably lose Federal Participation and revert to the local governmental bodies to complete. There would be some question as to whether F-056 south of 1-485 would ever be constructed, particularly the section within the Circumferential Route (1-285), if 1-485 is not approved, : The improvement of the Northeast Freeway (I-85) which consists of widening to six lanes from the interchange with I-485 near Cheshire Bridge Road to the Circumferential Route (I-285) would be long delayed if not stoppt = entirely if I-485 is not approved. The possibility of F-120, the easterly extension of Lakewood Avenue, becoming a traveling reality is dependent upon the approval of 1-485, I, therefore, recommend that the Board of Aldermen adopt the attached resolution concurring in Line 'B" of 1-485 and that we urge the State Highway Department to give top priority to its completion, Sincerely, Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor IAS r:fy
  • Tags: Box 5, Box 5 Folder 15, Folder topic: Interstate route 485 | 1966
  • Record Created: April 18, 2017
  • Record Updated: April 29, 2021

Box 5, Folder 15, Document 4

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  • Text: RESOLUTION BY ALDERMAN JACK SUMMERS WHEREAS, the State Highway Department of Georgia has proposed the construction of a highway in Atlanta and Fulton County, Georgia as Project 1-485, known locally as Line "B' which extends northerly from the vicinity | of Ponce de Leon Avenue to 1-85 and F-056 in the vicinity of Lindberg Drive, and WHEREAS, the proposed project has long been an approved part of the development plan for Atlanta and Fulton County, and WHEREAS, the proposed project will provide traffic service to a heavily developed area, will provide for continuity of other freeways, and will provide relief to the traffic songestion occurring at the Brookwood Station Interchange and the North Freeway (Jct. 1-75 and I-85), and WHEREAS, the proposed project is the key to other proposed highway improvement projects in the area, and WHEREAS, there is a critical need for this project: z NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the location of this proposed project along Line 'B" ie concurred in by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Atlanta, and is recommended for approval te the State Highway Board of Georgia and the U. S. Bureau of Public Roads, and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a copy of this resolution be furnished to the State Highway Beard of Georgia along with the request that the proposed project be constructed at the earliest practicable date.
  • Tags: Box 5, Box 5 Folder 15, Folder topic: Interstate route 485 | 1966
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Box 5, Folder 15, Document 3

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  • Text: Housing “Resources Commidlee }- CRKankes K. Wustter , President Claes kK. Yi rtQs Compan nek b. ©. Rox IN Qos Goro, Cronyn ANZ - 7833 47%-A4SS QA, Charkes Parmer Por men, Src. ABl- BI3O 4. Gene Bargass AB1- 1Aaa7
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Box 5, Folder 15, Document 6

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  • Text: s A June 16, 1966 _ ) sf Honorable Jack Summers, Chairman Public Works Committee Number 1 Board of Aldermen ; City of Atlanta City Hail Atlanta, Georgia Dear Alderman Summers: The U. S. Bureau of Public Roads has requested that the Mayor and Board of Aldermen concur in the State Highway Department of Georgia recommended location of Interstate Route 485 (1-485), Line "B", You are well aware of all the arguments in support of and in opposition to the location of this road along the route recommended as well as other routes which were thoroughly investigated and considered. I am confident the Highway Department concerned itself not only with the engineering requisites, but with all the other factors to minimize residential dislocation and community disorganization, The City of Atlanta cannot afford further delay in seeing this project started. Besides the critical need of [1-485 for the relief of north- side Atlanta traffic congestion, the approval of several other major highway projects for the benefit of Atlanta motorists is contingent upon the construction of 1-485. The construction of that portion of F-056 from the northern limits of 1-485 near Marian Road to the junction of the Appalachian Developmental Highway at the Circumferential Route (1-285) is directly dependent upon the approval of 1-485. If approval is not en ee Alderman Summers Page Two June 16, 1966 gained on the above numbered project, this section would probably lose Federal Participation and revert to the local governmental bodies to complete. There would be some question as to whether F-056 south of 1-485 would ever be constructed, particularly the section within the Circumferential Route (1-285), if 1-485 is not approved, : The improvement of the Northeast Freeway (I-85) which consists of widening to six lanes from the interchange with I-485 near Cheshire Bridge Road to the Circumferential Route (I-285) would be long delayed if not stoppt = entirely if I-485 is not approved. The possibility of F-120, the easterly extension of Lakewood Avenue, becoming a traveling reality is dependent upon the approval of 1-485, I, therefore, recommend that the Board of Aldermen adopt the attached resolution concurring in Line 'B" of 1-485 and that we urge the State Highway Department to give top priority to its completion, Sincerely, Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor IAS r:fy
  • Tags: Box 5, Box 5 Folder 15, Folder topic: Interstate route 485 | 1966
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Box 5, Folder 15, Document 1

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  • Text: CITY OF ATLANTA | CITY HALL ATLANTA, GA. 30303 December 30, 1966 Tel. 522-4463 Area Code 404 IVAN ALLEN, JR., MAYOR R. EARL LANDERS, Administrative Assistant MRS, ANN M, MOSES, Executive Secretary DAN E. SWEAT, JR., Director of Governmental Liaison Mr. Ray Moore News Director WSB-TV 1601 West Peachtree Street, N. E. Atlanta, Georgia 30309 Dear Mr. Moore: A Housing Resources Committee is being established in Atlanta to work closely with and as an adjunct to the Mayor's Office in a special effort to provide through private enterprise, non-profit organizations and public housing sufficient housing units for all ‘ those in low and medium income brackets in Atlanta to be housed in decent, safe and sanitary housing and to eliminate existing slums in our city. Sub=-committees of the Housing Resources Committee will soon be appointed in various fields of endeavor to serve on the Committee for accomplishing this momentous objective. You have been nominated to serve with several others on the Public Information Sub-Committee, It is anticipated that at its first meeting each Sub-Committee will elect its own Chairman, . who will also be the Sub-Committee's representative on the Executive Group of the Housing Resources Committee as a whole. It is also expected that each Sub-Committee, in addition to supplying "know how" in its particular field, will also be influential at all levels to gain acceptance for and promotion of the program and would select at least two young men from firms which can afford to devote part of their time for intensive work with the Sub-Committee, It would also be helpful if each Sub-Committee could form an advisory panel of people active in the field of housing who would Mr. Moore Page Two December 30, 1966 remain free to pursue their active business without conflict of interests. We hope that you will be able to serve on this Sub-Committee. Please advise Col, Malcolm Jones (telephone 522-4463, Ext. 432 or 437). Cordially, Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor Cecil A. Alexander, Chairman Housing Resources Committee Sanford S. Atwood, Co-Chairman Housing Resources Committee Benjamin E. Mays, Co-Chairman Housing Resources Committee
  • Tags: Box 5, Box 5 Folder 15, Folder topic: Interstate route 485 | 1966
  • Record Created: April 18, 2017
  • Record Updated: April 29, 2021

Box 5, Folder 15, Document 5

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  • Title: Box 5, Folder 15, Document 5
  • Text: RESOLUTION BY ALDERMAN JACK SUMMERS WHEREAS, the State Highway Department of Georgia has proposed the construction of a highway in Atlanta and Fulton County, Georgia as Project 1-485, known locally as Line "B' which extends northerly from the vicinity of Ponce de Leon Avenue to 1-85 and F-056 in the vicinity of Lindberg Drive, and WHEREAS, the proposed project has long been an approved part of the development plan for Atlanta and Fulton County, and WHEREAS, the proposed project will provide traffic service to a heavily developed area, will provide for continuity of other freeways, and will provide relief to the traffic eongestion occurring at the Brookwood Station Interchange and the North Freeway (Jct. 1-75 and 1-85), and WHEREAS, the proposed project is the key to other proposed highway improvement projects in the area, and WHEREAS, there is a critical need for this project: | NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the location of this proposed project along Line ''B" is concurred in by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Atlanta, and is recommended for approval to the State Highway Board of Georgia and the U. S. Bureau of Public Roads, and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a copy of this resolution be furnished to the State Highway Board of Georgia along with the request that the proposed project be constructed at the earliest practicable date.
  • Tags: Box 5, Box 5 Folder 15, Folder topic: Interstate route 485 | 1966
  • Record Created: April 18, 2017
  • Record Updated: April 29, 2021