From the Crier & the Chamber
A public forum will be held Wednesday to discuss the details of establishing a Convention and Visitors’ Bureau for Dunwoody. This forum is will be held from 2-4 p.m., in the auditorium of the Terraces South office building at 115 Perimeter Center Place NE, Dunwoody, Georgia.
The city of Dunwoody collects a 5 percent tax from area hotels. According to state law, 2 percent of the tax revenue must be spent to promote tourism, conventions and trade shows and other tourism-related purposes. The Dunwoody City Council must now determine what approach the city will take to ensure that these funds will provide a positive economic impact.