Stone Mountain CID May 2018 Newsletter


Stone Mountain Community Improvement District May Newsletter


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Bottoms up! Stone Mountain Community Improvement District would like to welcome Tucker Brewing to the community! Tucker Brewing will have its grand opening on Saturday, June 2 from 1-9 p.m. with live music, food trucks and beer. Located at 2003 South Bibb Drive, the family-owned brewery was founded in 2017 by Ryan Chapman and Ashley Chapman Hubbard. The custom brews pay homage to German brewing traditions while honoring their southern roots.
The 8,000 square-foot beer garden is the largest of its kind in the southeast. The outdoor space is adjacent to the indoor taproom and brewery and features outdoor seating, cornhole and other game areas.
Please come out to support this incredible addition to our community!image
Photo from Tucker Brewing of founders Ashley Hubbard and Ryan Chapman on either side of head brewmaster, Ben Ludwig.

A regular bi-weekly Tucker City Council Meeting will be held at Tucker City Hall on Tuesday, May 29 at 7 p.m.


Stone Mountain CID Board member Kris Miller, president of Ackerman & Co, will be speaking at the Bisnow event, Industrial: Atlanta’s Most Prolific Industry, An In-Depth Look at Atlanta’s Industrial and Logistics Boom on June 14 at Creekside Distribution Center. Top commercial real estate executives will explore the Atlanta industrial market as it relates to e-commerce, new developments and future expansion.

To learn more and register, please visit the event website.


The City of Tucker announced Tuesday the first-ever TKR Summer of Fun, a series of monthly community engagement events to be organized by City staff in cooperation with business and community partners.

The series begins on Friday, June 8 with “Movies on Main.” A block of Main Street will be shut down for a free 9 p.m. screening of The Greatest Showman, starring Hugh Jackman. Moviegoers will enjoy popcorn compliments of the City and refreshments provided by Village Burger.

Read more on the City of Tucker website.

Stone Mountain CID Updates on Improvements and Repairs
DeKalb Watershed began a three-month water pipe replacement project in downtown Tucker. For more information on how this will impact residents, businesses and traffic, please visit the City of Tucker website.On May 4, concrete was poured on Sarr Parkway for a new bus pad, and is ready for a new MARTA bus shelter installation.

A driveway curb radii is being replaced and new concrete slabs are being placed at South Royal Atlanta Drive and North Royal Atlanta Drive to allow for turning tractor trailer traffic in these areas.

To have your business or event included in our CID newsletter please contact Emory Morsberger at 770-409-8100 or email

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