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Keeping Village Trees in Good Shape

When neighbors recently expressed concern about a “middle-aged man hacking away” at the trees in Emory Village, landscape architect Todd Hill said his time was well spent pruning the Amur Maples.


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Volunteers Needed for Open Streets Emory Village in October

Summon up some Halloween spirits October 23 from 3 to 7 p.m. at the Fourth Annual Open Streets Emory Village. And consider volunteering for the best Open Streets yet.


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Double Zero Opens

The latest addition to the Emory Village dining scene drew crowds last week when it opened at its new home at 1577 North Decatur Road.


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Jimmy John’s Replacing Gas Station

The transformation of the long-vacant Chevron Station began this week to make way for the opening of Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sandwiches.


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Clifton Construction Slows Traffic

Travelers through the Village on their way to Emory and CDC can expect some disruption to traffic on Clifton Road over the next few weeks.


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Village Sign Policy

EVA’s goal is to support the Village aesthetics and promote safety in the roundabout. As a courtesy, EVA suggests the following:


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Maple Grove Spruces Up Roundabout

Thanks to the generosity of more than 100 neighbors, the Emory Village roundabout was transformed in late April.


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Emory Village Alliance Position on Multiuse Trials

Emory Village Alliance (EVA) has long supported a pedestrian-friendly Village, with safe access for those who want to walk or bicycle to the Emory Village commercial area. This connectivity allows patrons to visit without driving and parking in the Village, and will create more foot traffic in the commercial area. While pedestrian trails, bike trails and improved sidewalks all provide safe, environmentally-friendly means to access the Village, EVA does not support or oppose…


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