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Turner Field Coalition Meeting

The Coalition will be having a meeting this Thursday May 25th at 6:30PM located at 452 Martin Street Church of God. Come out and hear about the progress we’ve been making and our strategies to continue the fight for a legally binding agreement!

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Tent City ATL : Streets Alive

The Coalition gained support from the annual Streets Alive event. This is an event hosted by Atlanta Bike Coalition. It opens streets for people by temporarily closing them to cars to create a whole new healthy, sustainable and vibrant city street experience. This year it was held in southside Atlanta closing Ralph David Abernathy for about… Read More Tent City ATL : Streets Alive

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Residents and GSU Students Threaten to Block Turner Field Development if Binding CBA Not Agreed Upon

On December 19, the Turner Field Community Benefits Coalition showed up to the steps of City Hall and made clear our demand for a Community Benefits Agreement. Please visit the following link for details of the event: Residents and GSU Students Threaten to Block Turner Field Development if Binding CBA Not Agreed Upon You can… Read More Residents and GSU Students Threaten to Block Turner Field Development if Binding CBA Not Agreed Upon

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Dallas Morning News discusses the Braves move and it’s effects on the Stadium Neighborhoods

The Dallas Morning News has a detailed article about the Braves move to Cobb County/Suntrust Park. In between the details of the history that led to the Braves decision and future impacts on both Atlanta and Cobb County, the TFCBC  had quite a bit to say about the impending redevelopment of Turner Field! Here are… Read More Dallas Morning News discusses the Braves move and it’s effects on the Stadium Neighborhoods

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Statement Concerning the Turner Field Sale Agreement

The Turner Field Community Benefits Coalition has been actively involved in articulating and advocating for the needs of the stadium’s impacted communities for nearly two years.  The Coalition, representing several neighborhood associations, religious institutions, and civic organizations, organized in an effort to ensure that the redevelopment of Turner Field and its surrounding parking lots is… Read More Statement Concerning the Turner Field Sale Agreement

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Statement Concerning Atlanta City Council’s Adoption of the Turner Field LCI Study

On September 19th 2016, Atlanta City Council voted to support ordinance 16-O-1411, legislation co-sponsored by Councilmembers Carla Smith, Cleta Winslow, and Joyce Sheperd amending the City of Atlanta’s 2011 Comprehensive Development Plan so as to incorporate recommendations from the Turner Field Stadium Livable Centers Initiatives study. While the Turner Field Community Benefits Coalition recognizes the… Read More Statement Concerning Atlanta City Council’s Adoption of the Turner Field LCI Study