Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Reminder: meeting tonight to hear first hand from the Dunwoody City Manager and Police Chief

I know for a fact this event is going to get some big play from the local community. The reason I know is that my wife's monthly neighborhood Bunko gathering got moved to a different date because so many of the members were going to be in attendance to meet the Dunwoody City Manager & Police Chief.

Trust me, if you know this crowd of "Dunwoody Ya Ya's" the streets of Dunwoody will be safer because of this meeting.

Warren Hutmacher & Billy Grogan

The Dunwoody North Civic Association annual meeting taking place on Tuesday, February 17, 2009 is honored to have both the Dunwoody City Manager, Mr. Warren Hutmacher and the Dunwoody Police Chief, Mr. Billy Grogan as the featured speakers of the evening.

6:30 pm Social with a 7:00 pm call to order. This meeting is open to the public and we look forward to seeing you.

Tuesday February 17th @ 7 p.m.
Dunwoody North Driving Clubhouse
4522 Kingsgate Drive
Dunwoody, Ga 30338

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Kcaj said...

Wish I could attend if only to discuss the following:


"Dunwoody will pay 10 times more than it anticipated for its phone and Internet service — the latest underestimate in its budgeting as Georgia’s newest city.

The city’s inaugural budget calls for $27,000 to be spent on communications at its new city hall. On Monday, though, the City Council OK’d a $228,000 deal for phone and Internet service, plus monthly charges of $8,800 for maintenance and $1,500 for service."

Perhaps a "Ya Ya" might ask Manager Hutmacher about how prudently he "shops" for services with our money! Jack.

Dunwoody Police Watch Group said...

This is nothing new to this new city! What we were SOLD leading up to city hood referendum were low balled as to make sure people did not think that taxes would be raised at some point. Look at the police budget, enough said. It DOUBLED in size. If people still think that taxes in Dunwoody will not go up, they are just dreaming. Government does not stay the size size, nor shrink. But, alas, people just believe the hype. Speak up folks!