Saturday, April 25, 2009

Agenda for Dunwoody City Council - Monday April 27 at 7:00 pm

Monday April 27, 2009
7:00 p.m.
Dunwoody United Methodist Church
1548 Mt. Vernon Road, 30338

Proclamation: “Building Safety Week

Stormwater Utility Fees and Credits.

Stormwater Utility Fund Budget

Chapter 14 Land Development and Environmental Protection, Article 2: Environmental Control. (reverting back to original DeKalb County Stream buffer requirements)

Chapter 15: Business Occupation Tax, Licenses, and Regulation. (Proof of tax return.)

Presentation of proceeds from the Bicycle Ride Around Dunwoody (BRAD) by the Dunwoody Preservation Trust.

Chapter 27: Zoning - An amendment to the text of the Zoning Ordinance, specifically Section 1.17 Definitions; Section 4-36 Places of Worship, Convents, Monasteries, Temporary Religious Meetings, General Requirements; and Section 4-50 Temporary Outdoor Sales, Seasonal.
- Presentation and Recommendation by Public Works & Public Comments (Vote next week.)

Chapter 25 Water, Sewers, and Sewage Disposal. (Requirement to fix water leaks.)

Resolution to petition State EPD to amend its water restrictions in the State of Georgia. (car wash restrictions)

Award of Records Management System Contract. (Police RMS System)

Appointment of the Sustainability Commission.

Appointment of Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee.

EXECUTIVE SESSION for the purposes of legal, real estate, and personnel discussions.

1 comment:

TwoDogsTrucking said...

$400,000.00 for a police record management system with the memo's main recommendation that Sandy Springs and Johns Creek will be using it. What record management system is being utilized now and at what cost?, how mush to tap into the county's or even Chamblee's or Doraville's ? (these options would seem logical since Dunwoody's cases would end up with DeKalb's District Attorney; they already have access to the systems and it wouldn't be yet another cost that all of the county's citizens shared (the DA having to gain access/training..etc to another new computer system).
A side bar; there seems to be a continual push by Dunwoody leaders towards what Sandy Springs and Johns Creek advocate and this endorsement for the record management system is just another example. A police record management system should at the least be compatiable thru an entire judical district (all PD agencies in the Stn Mtn Judical District should use one system- it simply makes sense for an investigator to use the computer at his desk to do his research rather than spending all day playing phone tag with investigators at other agencies).
"Divide and conquer" as we as a society continue to subdivide law enforcement into little partial service agencies we enable the criminal element.