Apab General Monthly Meeting

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Atlanta Planning Advisory Board says
The primary mission of the Atlanta Planning Advisory Board is to facilitate citizen participation in affairs of city government by drawing on its representation from the Neighborhood Planning Unit system and elsewhere and to advise the City Administration, City Council and others on citywide issues, goals and objectives relative to Atlanta’s Comprehensive Development Plan and related concerns. It also advises on ongoing issues related to land use, zoning, transportation, environmental quality, license review, parks and open spaces.

APAB is composed of twenty-five (25) delegates and 25 alternate delegates from each of the City’s 25 Neighborhood Planning Units (NPU). The NPU Chairperson or official delegate is, by statute, the voting representative of their NPU. APAB elects officers yearly, and its officers, together with its committee chairs, constitute the Executive Committee of the Atlanta Planning Advisory Board.

APAB meets at 10:00 a.m. on the third Saturday of every month at City Hall.

The public is invited to attend any regular APAB meeting. A brief period for public comment is a feature of the monthly APAB session.

APAB meetings are televised live on City Channel 26, and are taped for archival purposes.
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By: Atlanta Planning Advisory Board

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