The newest Drew Valley Voice is available. Right-click to save the PDF to your hard drive. The Drew Valley Voice will also be available on Nextdoor Drew Valley, so be sure to join that excellent service to find out neighborhood information from the people who live here.
We are planning to reduce the number of newsletters we are printing after this issue. If you would like to have it delivered to your house, you will need to let us know. There are many reasons to reduce the print and delivery of the Drew Valley Voice moving forward. We have been encouraged by our county commissioner, city and local reps to go “green” and reduce reliance on paper. In addition, the Voice is by far the biggest expense for our neighborhood with many issues costing over $400 to print alone. We need to continue to evolve as a neighborhood becoming more environmentally and fiscally responsible and we hope you embrace this mission. You will continue to receive the Voice via NextDoor as well as via email if you would like to send us your email address to Newsletter@drewvalley.net. We will also print some copies. And of course, if you truly need a printed copy of the Voice delivered to you, we will make sure that happens and you can email Newsletter@drewvalley.net or by mail at by mail to P.O. Box 190113, Atlanta, GA 31119.
If you know of a neighbor who is not using the internet, please let us know. We do not want anyone to miss out our neighborhood newsletter!
Don’t forget the Drew Valley Civic Association meeting will be held on Thursday, April 17, at 7:00 p.m. at the Clairmont Baptist Church on 354 Clairmont Road.