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What is DECA?- Dresden East Civic Association – DECA – is a nonprofit Civic Association created to preserve and enhance our neighborhoods.  We are guided in our work by overall community interests dedicated to maintaining and improving the quality of life for residents in the DECA neighborhoods and surrounding areas.

Community Association Announcements

  • DECA Joins The Atlanta ToolBank By: Jordan Fox The DECA Board recently voted to spend $15 to join the Atlanta ToolBank, which is part of an Atlanta based nonprofit called ToolBank USA.   What is the Atlanta ToolBank? The Atlanta ToolBank has a vast inventory of over 185 actual tools that nonprofits like DECA can borrow to advance our mission, increase impact, and reduce costs.  Available tool inventory includes cordless drills, ladders, rakes and shovels, circular saws and paint trays, and MUCH more.   How does the ToolBank work? DECA may borrow any amount of ToolBank tools for a period of time between one and eight weeks.  When borrowing tools, DECA pays a tool handling fee equal to 3% of the total retail value of the tools ...
    Posted Sep 11, 2014, 9:18 AM by DECA Atlanta
  • DECA Picnic - April 26th (1pm - 5pm) @ St. Pius WHO’S INVITED?Everyone!  This is a FREE kid and family-friendly event with entertainment and lawn games.The St. Pius X Golden Lions JV baseball team will be playing a game during the picnic. Bring a chair or blanket and stay awhile!WHAT TO BRING?We ask that each household bring a side dish or dessert to share.  DECA will provide the main dish, condiments and drinks.WHEN AND WHERE?Saturday. April 26th from 1pm -5pm*at St.Pius X high school on Johnson Road (see map on attached flyer). * JV baseball game starts at 3pmDownload Event Flyer
    Posted Sep 11, 2014, 9:20 AM by DECA Atlanta
  • Discussion Over Highwoods Properties Legal Battle Continues Chamblee, GA, March 11 – Highwoods Properties’ intentions to continue a legal challenge in Georgia’s court system over annexing the Century Center office park into the City of Brookhaven came up during a Town Hall meeting Monday night held by Representative Mike Jacobs and Senator Fran Millar. Chamblee resident, Leslie Freymann asked Jacobs or Millar to explain the issue to the group. Rep. Jacobs explained that in 2013, the General Assembly passed a referendum to enable a portion of unincorporated DeKalb County to annex into the City of Chamblee. That referendum was passed by voters in November of 2013 by a 61% margin, and within that referendum boundaries were established. Those lines included Century Center in the City of Chamblee ...
    Posted Sep 11, 2014, 9:22 AM by DECA Atlanta
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