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Tour the Beltline Atlanta Development Authority, Beltline Partnership and other groups will sponsor hour-and-a-half tours on four Beltline quadrants. All tours will be held 8:30-10 a.m. and again 10:30 a.m.-noon. To tour the northeast or southeast part of the loop, meet Sat., Sept. 24, at Inman Park MARTA Station, 1055 DeKalb Ave.; park on the station's north side. RSVP no later than Thurs., Sept. 22. To tour the northwest or southwest part, meet Sat., Oct. 8, at the Ashby MARTA Station, 65 Joseph E. Lowery Blvd. RSVP no later than Thurs., Sept. 29. bcrawford@atlantada.com. www.atlantada.com. 404-614-8280.

Town hall meetings The Atlanta Development Authority and the EDAW Team will conduct town hall meetings to present the Beltline Redevelopment Plan and respond to questions. All meetings will take place from 6:30-8:30 p.m. On Mon., Sept. 26, meet at Herndon Elementary School, 350 Temple St. On Tues., Sept. 27, meet at Warren Holyfield Boys & Girls Club, 790 Berne St. On Thurs., Sept. 29, the meeting will be held at Brown Middle School, 765 Peeples St. www.atlantada.com. bcrawford@atlantada.com or rrauh@mailatlanta.net. 404-614-8280 or 404-892-2833.

DAY OF ACTION The Sierra Club is sponsoring a "Beltline Day of Action." Volunteers who want to help the proposal gain momentum will spend an afternoon going door-to-door and handing out information about the project. If interested, RSVP to colleen.kiernan@sierraclub.org or call 404-607-1262, ext. 229. Sat., Oct. 1, 1-5 p.m. Manuel's Tavern, 602 N. Highland Ave. georgia.sierraclub.org/atlanta. 404-525-3447.

On the Web

The Atlanta Development Authority website includes many reports on the project: www.atlantada.com/adaInitiatives/beltline.jsp.

The Beltline Partnership website contains interactive features and includes information about how to get involved: www.beltlinepartnership.org.

The Trust for Public Land's report on the Beltline park system is available on the group's Georgia site: www.tpl.org.

Creative Loafing's following the Beltline online at www.whatarewefor.com, which includes a link to a podcast of the Sept. 7 Political Party on the project.

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