Neighborhood News

Welcome To Our Newest 2021/2022 MMCA Members:

Nandwana, Jayjit
Bishop and Mrs. William Murphy Jr. (Danielle)
Allison Thompson
Aubrey Bawa
Holly Bradford
Amy Mollengarden
Louis Jin
Emily Bentley
Julia Chandok
Shakira and Jesse Suglia
Jennifer and Derek Engelhard
Allison and Carter Throneburg
Pratik and Katie Sau
Brandon Elson
Erin O'Leary
Joan Johnston
Kimberly Collins
Ally May
Georgia Kidd
Jennifer and Scot Rich
Adam Shapiro
Gregory Berry
Cheri Biggs
MMCA Security Fund
If you would like to contribute additional funds to security, please donate to the MMCA Security Fund on the Make a Payment website page. All funds raised will be used for increased security patrol within the current membership year. Last year the security fund raised enough to increase patrol from three hours to five hours per day for three months! 
Thank You to the 2021 / 2022 Generous Contributors to the MMCA Security Fund
Kathy Waller
Ally May
Adam and Jenny Perry
Shanna and William Bradley
Francine and Philip Teague
Jo Marie Lyons
Pam and Paul Krissman
Ralph and Robin King
Michal and Jack Hillman
Cheryl and Bill Lennie
Ann and Bill Koros
Carolyn and Joe Patterson
The preliminary plan for the subdivision posted across the street from the I-75 ramps can be found here. The entry to this subdivision will be from W. Wesley and it will not go through to Moores Mill. The existing house next to I-75 is on a 400ft+ deep lot. That lot will be reduced to the minimum R-3 size of 18,000 sq ft by reducing the rear yard depth. This lot will still have a driveway on Moores Mill. On the W.Wesley side, the two lots adjacent to I-75 will form the entrance to a 9 lot cul de sac.So the total project adds 7 lots, all on the W.Wesley side. The plan also calls for what looks like a community swimming pool on W.Wesley but has no details about how that will work.


APS has partnered with American Traffic Solutions to address the problem of illegal passing of school buses that are stopped and boarding or disembarking children. All buses are now equipped with a camera that automatically detects a vehicle illegally passing in either direction and captures video and images of the violator's license plate.
The violation video and license plate images are reviewed by law enforcement for approval prior to a citation being issued through the court system.
There is a $300 fine for the first violation, a $750 fine for a second violation and a $1,000 fine for a third violation. 
Atlanta Public Schools Superintendent
Click here to read the blog of the APS Superintendent, Meria Carstarphen.
Playground Safety at Brandon Primary Center
There was an incident at the Primary Center where a parent was picking up her child after school and was hit in the head by a lacrosse ball. The woman suffered a seious concussion and the incident could have been much more trajic.  Hard balls such as lacrosse, baseball, golf, etc. are not allowed on the PC playground or fields. 
To view pictures of North Atlanta High School (NAHS) as published by the AJC, click here.
Our APD Security Service

Security is provided by off-duty Atlanta Police Department (APD) officers headed up by Lt. Jeff Baxter. The APD security service provides:

  • Monday through Friday patrol three hours a day within our neighborhood with additional virtual coverage while patrolling in nearby neighborhoods. All member calls are answered by the officer patrolling with a cell phone.*
  • Members receive the cell phone number for patrolling officers. The cell phone is passed to other officers working surrounding neighborhoods when not patrolling in our neighborhood. Patrol officer will respond to MMCA calls if they are patrolling in another neighborhood.
  • Security checks for out of town member residents along with newspaper, trash can removal, etc.