Proctor Creek's second chance 

Plans for extensive cleanup, trail along polluted stream announced

CLEAN IT UP: Waterway that snakes through northwest Atlanta to the Chattahoochee River has become a neglected eyesore.

Joeff Davis

CLEAN IT UP: Waterway that snakes through northwest Atlanta to the Chattahoochee River has become a neglected eyesore.

Proctor Creek, the waterway that snakes from downtown and through northwest Atlanta before ending in the Chattahoochee River, wasn't always so polluted, says Na'Taki Osborne Jelks. Many decades ago, children played, men and women fished, and babies were baptized in its water…

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