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Inman Park and Charter School Court Hearings and the End of the World

Five things happening this week of note to the communities of East Atlanta Patch.

by Patch Staff

MON - DEC. 17: The Candler Park Neighborhood Organization holds its final meeting of the year at the First Existentialist Congregation, 470 Candler Park Dr. at 7 p.m.

TUES - DEC. 18: The Inman Park residents seeking a judicial review of the $45 million planned project at 280 Elizabeth St. will have their hearing at 9 a.m. in Fulton County Superior Court before Judge Kimberly M. Esmond Adams.

WED - DEC. 19: The Atlanta charter schools suing Atlanta Public Schools will have a hearing in Fulton County Superior Court at 10 a.m. The lawsuit concerns APS' budget cuts and the district's decision to make charter schools in the city, including Drew Charter and Atlanta Neighborhood Charter schools and Wesley International Academy, responsible for unfunded school system pension liabilities. That decision is one reason leaders of Tech High School, a public charter high school in Reynoldstown, said they decided to close it this past summer.

THURS - DEC. 20: Invest Atlanta, the city's economic development arm, meets at 8:30 a.m. Among the topics on the agenda is the issuance of up to $15.6 million in bonds related to a planned rehabilitation of Trestletree Village apartments in Ormewood Park and Grant Park.

FRI - DEC. 21: According to some interpretations and readings of the Mayan calendar, it's the end of the world as we know it. If that happens and civilization ends, East Atlanta Patch will be there to cover it (within reason).

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