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"Preservation Concerns in the Landmark District"
Sue Adler, CEO & President Historic Savannah Foundation
Andrew Jones Oglethorpe Coalition
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"Quality of Life" issues
ANNUAL MEETING and SPRING PICNIC
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News and Updates
DNA responds to question: "who speaks for the Historic District"
At the September 20th Membership Meeting DNA members shared concerns about crime and public safety with law enforcement. Please click links to see local TV coverage.
WSAV coverage of the October Membership Meeting
Jennifer Darsey, Director, Chatham Authority for the Homeless
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WHO WE ARE
The Downtown Neighborhood Association was established in 1974 by downtown residents in an effort to protect the National Historic Landmark District's architectural heritage, encourage restoration and beautification, and support local organizations that enhance our downtown community and way of life.
WHAT WE DO
As an active organization representing the livability of downtown, the DNA works to ensure the fabric of our neighborhoods and quality of life are protected. Monthly meetings provide an opportunity to socialize with neighbors, while compelling speakers inform members about issues affecting the downtown. Quarterly social opportunities bring neighbors together to celebrate downtown living.
Memberships are valid for the calendar year: January 1 - December 31
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The Downtown Neighborhood Association, a 501(c)(3) organization, was established in 1974 by downtown residents in an effort to protect the National Historic Landmark District’s architectural heritage, encourage restoration and beautification, safeguard Savannah’s unique downtown environment, and advocate public policies related to these goals. The DNA provides grants to support local organizations that enhance the downtown community and its way of life through education, safety, music and children’s activities.
The DNA was established because residents saw the need to unite and protect the Landmark District. They met those needs and their vision has been sustained for over four decades. Efforts to protect the District’s architectural heritage, encourage restoration and beautification, and support local organizations that enhance our downtown community and way of life continue to be seen.
Approximately 500 members are dedicated to making downtown a thriving neighborhood of families, individuals, students, and businesses
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