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Smyrna Community Center

200 Village Green Circle

Smyrna, Georgia 30080

United States

Company Description

The Smyrna Business Association was formed in the Spring of 1983, by a small group of business persons that was interested in making the Smyrna area a more inviting place in which to live and do business. Joining together, a concentrated effort was made ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Chairman

TEAM Georgia

Affiliations

Advisory Board Member
Atlanta Fire Foundation Inc

Board Member
Group Funds Association Inc

Member
Georgia House of Representatives

Education

Regional Leadership Institute

Regional Leadership Institute of the South

B.S.

Chemistry

Georgia Southern University

Web References (172 Total References)


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Ronald Fennel Georgia Capitol Associates


Smyrna City Councilman ...

www.mdjonline.com [cached]

Smyrna City Councilman Ron Fennel said he knows of no plans to close the road completely for any length of time, but that sections might be closed sometimes for paving.

"I don't think it's going to be a major disruption," he said, adding that acquiring the necessary right-of-way led to a delay in starting the project.
Fennel said the city was happy to be working with an established developer with a successful track record.
"Now that Ponce City Market is completed, this is their next big investment in the market and we couldn't be more excited," Fennel said.
Fennel said the quality of water in the Chattahoochee has improved dramatically over the past decade or so, since a federal judge ordered the city of Atlanta to keep up the river in response to a 1995 lawsuit filed by the Chattahoochee Riverkeeper.
"That is what made this piece of property viable," Fennel said. "It made a body of water that was navigable fishable and swimmable too."
Fennel said the city and the developer are working closely with the Chattahoochee NOW alliance which seeks to balance preservation with recreation and development along the river in the metro Atlanta region.


Smyrna City Councilman ...

mdjonline.com [cached]

Smyrna City Councilman Ron Fennel said he knows of no plans to close the road completely for any length of time, but that sections might be closed sometimes for paving.

"I don't think it's going to be a major disruption," he said, adding that acquiring the necessary right-of-way led to a delay in starting the project.
Fennel said the city was happy to be working with an established developer with a successful track record.
"Now that Ponce City Market is completed, this is their next big investment in the market and we couldn't be more excited," Fennel said.
Fennel said the quality of water in the Chattahoochee has improved dramatically over the past decade or so, since a federal judge ordered the city of Atlanta to keep up the river in response to a 1995 lawsuit filed by the Chattahoochee Riverkeeper.
"That is what made this piece of property viable," Fennel said. "It made a body of water that was navigable fishable and swimmable too."
Fennel said the city and the developer are working closely with the Chattahoochee NOW alliance which seeks to balance preservation with recreation and development along the river in the metro Atlanta region.


Smyrna City Councilman ...

mdjonline.com [cached]

Smyrna City Councilman Ron Fennel said he knows of no plans to close the road completely for any length of time, but that sections might be closed sometimes for paving.

"I don't think it's going to be a major disruption," he said, adding that acquiring the necessary right-of-way led to a delay in starting the project.
Fennel said the city was happy to be working with an established developer with a successful track record.
"Now that Ponce City Market is completed, this is their next big investment in the market and we couldn't be more excited," Fennel said.
Fennel said the quality of water in the Chattahoochee has improved dramatically over the past decade or so, since a federal judge ordered the city of Atlanta to keep up the river in response to a 1995 lawsuit filed by the Chattahoochee Riverkeeper.
"That is what made this piece of property viable," Fennel said. "It made a body of water that was navigable fishable and swimmable too."
Fennel said the city and the developer are working closely with the Chattahoochee NOW alliance which seeks to balance preservation with recreation and development along the river in the metro Atlanta region.


Smyrna City Councilman ...

www.mdjonline.com [cached]

Smyrna City Councilman Ron Fennel said he knows of no plans to close the road completely for any length of time, but that sections might be closed sometimes for paving.

"I don't think it's going to be a major disruption," he said, adding that acquiring the necessary right-of-way led to a delay in starting the project.
Fennel said the city was happy to be working with an established developer with a successful track record.
"Now that Ponce City Market is completed, this is their next big investment in the market and we couldn't be more excited," Fennel said.
Fennel said the quality of water in the Chattahoochee has improved dramatically over the past decade or so, since a federal judge ordered the city of Atlanta to keep up the river in response to a 1995 lawsuit filed by the Chattahoochee Riverkeeper.
"That is what made this piece of property viable," Fennel said. "It made a body of water that was navigable fishable and swimmable too."
Fennel said the city and the developer are working closely with the Chattahoochee NOW alliance which seeks to balance preservation with recreation and development along the river in the metro Atlanta region.

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