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Crime In Zone 3

Please Give Your Views As to Whether or Not You Feel Safe In Your Neighborhood and Things That You Think Can Be Improved To Make Our Neighborhood Safer. Thank You. All Items Will Be Kept Confidential... more
Started: March 7th 2007Replies: 12

Smoke detectors last - 10 Years

This weekend I checked my smoke detectors and was suprised to find only one of four worked properly. Not the battery but the detectors had failed. I looked at the manufactures website and found out... more
Started: October 25th 2007Replies: 2

Priorities for

What are the five most important issues that improve the quality of life for elderly adults.   Should these issues be considered by voters in Atlanta's 2017  municipal  elections. more
Started: July 22nd 2017Replies: 0

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Staging Your Home For Sale: Top Five Tips
Stagingsm Staging your home can improve your sale price and get your home off the market quickly. Learn the top five things to do when staging your home for sale. Home staging is becoming more popular as buyers become ...

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What are Dust Mites?
Asthmathumb Dust mites are tiny insects that are invisible to the naked eye. Every home has dust mites. They feed on human skin flakes and are found in mattresses, pillows, carpets, upholstered furniture, bedcovers,...
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West Nile Threat - Prepare Your Neighborhood!
Stopmosquitoes The West Nile virus can be lethal. Most people who are infected will show mild to no symptoms, but a small percentage of people die with extreme symptoms. In 2015, 2,060 cases of West Nile were reported in the ...
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