Why was the AMPC formed?

In 2011, Atlanta Memorial Park was one of the few regional parks within the City of Atlanta that did not have a master plan.  As the neglect of the park became increasingly apparent, the City encouraged the community leaders that expressed concern over the deteriorating condition of the Park to work together and form a conservancy.  Roxanne Giles Smith, the president of the Peachtree Battle Alliance at that time, was instrumental in gathering support from the surrounding neighborhoods and founding the AMPC.  One of the first tasks of the AMPC was to work with the various civic associations to develop a Master Plan, which has guided the efforts of the AMPC and the City to ensure the park receives the care and attention it was lacking.

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