Thursday, June 19, 2008

Dunwoody Homeowners Association sponsoring Thursdays forum on City of Dunwoody

For the Dunwoody residents who have not yet attended a City of Dunwoody presentation, I believe that this will be the last big informational forum prior to the vote on July 15th. This link includes my recap of the last informational meeting sponsored by the Dunwoody Homeowners Association as well as a news piece that was copied to YouTube.

Informational Forum
City of Dunwoody

Dunwoody United Methodist Church, Fellowship Hall
Thursday, June 19, 2008
7:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Sponsor: The Dunwoody Homeowners Association

Panel Participants:
Citizens for Dunwoody, Inc.
Perimeter Community Improvement District (PCID)

Also Invited:
DeKalb County Administration
DeKalb County Commission

Moderator: Superior Court Judge Cynthia J. Becker

The panel will provide answers to frequently asked questions as well as written questions from the audience.


John Heneghan said...

Tonight's meeting was attended by over 400 residents, yet no one from DeKalb County was willing to sit on the panel in opposition.

I enjoyed hearing Yvonne Williams from the PCID talking about the relationship that she hopes to have with the future city leaders and the attendees had every single question card answered by the panel; therefore it they should not have left uninformed.

knitternall said...

Hi, John! There's actually another information meeting at St. Luke's Presbyterian Church on Wednesday, June 25 at 7:00 pm. There was an ad in the Dunwoody Crier this week, the June 18 issue, by Dunwoody Yes. The meeting is open to residents of the Dunwoody Community.

John Heneghan said...

Thanks, you are absolutely correct regarding the St. Luke's meeting, in fact I am well aware at least three more small informal neighborhood presentations that the Citizens for Dunwoody will be putting on. These usually small groups make it easier for one on one interaction with it being much easier for someone to ask their specific question.

If anyone would like the Citizens for Dunwoody to speak to your small group and answer your questions on the City referendum, they are still available. They can be contacted at