View a PDF of the Plan Guiding Principals Minimize disturbance to trees within the park Limit vehicle circulation to the edge of the park Expand parking opportunities at the boundary between the park and the neighborhood. Expand pedestrian connectivity at park perimeter to connect new park elements. Provide universal access… Read More »Murphey Candler Park Alternative Master Plan
The April 27th Brookhaven City Council meeting was an eventful one for Murphey Candler park. MCNA Board Member David Cohen made a statement on behalf of the MCNA regarding the new playground’s lack of equipment for 2-5 year old children and the City Council voted to approve conceptual plans for the Lake House and Murphey Candler Park Pool.Read More »April 27th City Council Meeting, MC Park Updates
Results of the Community Green Survey are in! The survey was open to residents from January 1st through January 22nd. We received a total of 97 responses, with respondents overwhelmingly in favor of the original 2016 design for an “open space field” versus 2019/2020 plans that include a stage, concrete pavement, and retaining/seating walls.Read More »Community Green Survey Results
Read Murphey Candler Neighborhood Association’s letter to the editor, which was published in the Brookhaven Reporter. MCNA’s President, Zane Douglass, wrote in response to Councilwoman Linley Jones’s August 11th ‘Update on Murphey Candler Park‘ in which she said she had done her job and resolved constituent concerns about various aspects… Read More »MCNA in the news – Loop Road Update
A new Murphey Candler Neighborhood Association board was elected in April 2020. We have been hard at work creating a new website (you’re looking at it!), contacting local officials & establishing our positions on current issues affecting the neighborhood.
We are holding our next membership meeting via Zoom call on Wednesday, June 24th from 7-8pm. The meeting will be open to members only. See the event page for more detail.Read More »MCNA Update June 2020