Sortof. I personally took 3 hours Sunday to clear a walking path outside the traffic rail from Mt. Paran to NAHS. As you may know there was NO walking access, even outside the traffic rail prior to today. Walking or riding a bike to campus (or to connect to the amazing Cobb County trail system) had to be done on the actual street and is VERY dangerous. Come on Mount Paran~Northside citizens. Let’s get “real” sidewalks along Mount Paran and Northside Pkwy. Sandy Springs and Cobb are way better than we are regarding sidewalks. Why? We need sidewalks! Please talk to your local Politian, NAHS contact, ANYONE you think who could help or cares, and help us get sidewalks (along Mount Paran and Northside Pkwy to NAHS and Cobb trail system.)
Note: Even though I cleared a path there are 3 signs in the middle of the path. There are also large metal objects in ground at path trail head at Mount Paran. The metal objects are from previous barrier and are no longer utilized. All need to be removed or relocated.
Doug Allvine - Mt. Paran~Northside Citizens Association Member
The Mt. Paran~Northside Citizens Association is a 501(c)4 non-profit organization.