Auburn Avenue neighborhood town hall Oct. 26


Sweet Auburn Works, a nonprofit, community-based economic development organization, will hold a neighborhood town hall meeting next week.

The community is invited to get updates on recent progress and upcoming events in the Auburn neighborhood, including funding opportunities from Invest Atlanta’s Eastside Tax Allocation District. Property or business owners can share information about their new businesses, real estate developments or organizations in the corridor. Other discussion topics will include Sweet Auburn Corridor Investment updates and Small Business Saturday Shop Small promotions.

The meeting will be held from noon to 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 26, at Big Bethel AME Church, 220 Auburn Ave. NE. Lunch will be served, and RSVPs are requested. To register: http://conta.cc/2eeHFOO.


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