IN A NUTSHELL:
The MPSA calls upon the Midtown community to be observant, to network with neighbors, and most importantly to support the neighborhood patrol.
GOVERNANCE & CORE OBJECTIVE:
Effective 28 June 2016, the Georgia Secretary of State issued the dissolution order:
MIDTOWN/PONCE SECURITY ALLIANCE, LTD. a Domestic Nonprofit Corporation
has been duly dissolved, cancelled or terminated on 06/28/2016 under the laws of the State of Georgia by the filing of documents in the office of the Secretary of State and by the paying of fees as required by the
Official Code of Georgia Annotated and the Rules and Regulations promulgated there under. Attached hereto is a true and correct copy of said documents.
History – In 2003, the MPSA was incorporated in the State of Georgia as the “Midtown/Ponce Security Alliance, LTD” as a “domestic nonprofit corporation.” A group of Midtowners formed a task force uniting the residential and business community in order to more effectively address lingering criminal and nuisance activity incongruent with the unfolding renaissance of the neighborhood we call home. These efforts resulted in the establishment of the Midtown Ponce Security Alliance.
Earlier this year the MPSA membership voted to merge MPSA into MNA (Midtown Neighbors Association). MPSA is now a committee of MNA.
The MPSA serves the Midtown community with a singular focus on public safety and security issues affecting our neighborhood. We pursue a vision of a safe environment with particular emphasis on funding our community patrol through membership and sponsorship. We also keep the neighborhood aware of factors generating criminal and nuisance activity, and coordinate neighborhood efforts to eliminate these activities.
HOW WE IMPLEMENT OUR CORE OBJECTIVE & MISSION:
- The MPSA Patrol
- Communications – via our website, e-blasts, and public meetings
- Collaboration with police, prosecutors, public officials, and community leaders
MAP OF MEMBERSHIP AREA AND PATROL COVERAGE:
- From Juniper Street to the Beltline Eastside Trail just east of Monroe Drive and Home Depot
- From Ponce de Leon Avenue to 10th Street.
- Highlighted in green on the map
- All of Kennesaw Avenue, Penn Avenue, Myrtle Street, are in the service area, along with Glen Iris Drive down to but not including North Avenue
THE MPSA Leadership:
The MPSA Leadership as a MNA Committee is as follows. Contact them at email@example.com :
- Guy Drexinger
- Jim Stapleton