City of Pine Lake: Latest Information
Here are the latest City Council Minutes and an Action Agenda: August 26, 2014 Council Meeting Minutes September 8, 2014 Council Minutes September 30, 2014 Meeting Minutes October 13, … [Read More...]
CITY OF PINE LAKE CITY COUNCIL AGENDA OCTOBER 13, 2014 7:30 PM CALL TO ORDER PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE ANNOUNCEMENTS AND COMMUNICATIONS ADOPTION OF AGENDA PUBLIC COMMENTS CONSENT AGENDA • … [Read More...]
CITY OF PINE LAKE CITY COUNCIL MEETING WORK SESSION ACTION AGENDA SEPTEMBER 30, 2014 7:30 PM CALL TO ORDER 7:33 PM- All in attendance ANNOUNCEMENTS AND COMMUNICATIONS ADOPTION OF AGENDA Pulsts … [Read More...]
CITY OF PINE LAKE CITY COUNCIL MEETING WORK SESSION AGENDA SEPTEMBER 30, 2014 7:30 PM CALL TO ORDER ANNOUNCEMENTS AND COMMUNICATIONS ADOPTION OF AGENDA PUBLIC COMMENTS OLD … [Read More...]
Here are the minutes for the August 11, 2014 City Council Meeting and the 2013 Audit Report. Enjoy! … [Read More...]
Message from Mayor Kathie deNobriga
Welcome to Pine Lake!
I’ve lived in Pine Lake since 1999, when I followed my sweet Alice out to this quirky, idyllic forest glen, DeKalb’s “hidden treasure.” And in the 14 years since, when I turn into the city, off of Rockbridge Road, I routinely turn off the radio, roll down my window and drive slowly home (stopping completely at every stop sign), listening to frogs, crickets, cicadas, owls, porch laughter or lawn mowers, depending on the time of day. This is why I love about Pine Lake:
This is a village close to nature, with people who treasure and want to help protect the environment.
This is a town to enjoy volunteering with your neighbors on a range of projects, from building a new playground to PLAIN’s monthly pancake breakfasts.
This is a gallery and stage for our many artists and creatives — from monthly Lounges to LakeFest, yard art, quirky fences, studios tucked away, and spontaneous eruptions of imagination and delight, from the Polar Bear Dip on January 1 to the Lighting of the Lake in December.
This is a democracy that strives to build a broader “we” through participation and citizen engagement.
This is a classroom, with six full weeks of summer youth camp (environment, sculpture and creative dramatics) in the summer.
This is a safe space for lesbians and gays, transgendered people, straight-but-not-narrow folks and all in between.
“You, you put your own verse here”, to quote from Alice Teeter’s String Theory
Kathie deNobriga, Mayor