Thursday, September 24, 2009

Do you want Five story buildings around the Georgetown shopping area, or Eight? How about the Village?

Important Land Use Plan meeting Tonight.
Please attend!

The City of Dunwoody is formulating a policy document for the long term planning of the city which may include increased density to the commercial areas such as Dunwoody Village, Georgetown/Shallowford, Winters Chapel/Peeler and the Jett Ferry/Williamsburg areas.

If you haven't been paying attention and think the headline above was meant as a joke, it's not. Please come hear what the professional city planners expect to happen to Dunwoody in the next 20 years and hear first hand the ideas that your neighbors have about making these changes manageable to the residents who live here. Click here for previous articles I have written that mention the Comprehensive Land Use Plan.

Tonight is suppose to be the last public meeting on the issue before the draft plan is created by the consultant but due to citizen concerns over the process to formulate the strategy for the future of the city, the city council will have have a proposal in front of it on Monday to fund several additional meetings.

That being said, now is the time to become involved and let your voice be heard.

Thursday Sep 24th @ 7 p.m.
Dunwoody United Methodist Church
1548 Mount Vernon Road, Dunwoody, GA 30338


themommy said...

This meeting has been so poorly publicized it is horrifying.

John Heneghan said...

PowerPoint presentation for tonight.

Click here 7 MB

Bill Grossman said...

The city staff, the professionals from Pond and company who are the subcontractors for the comp plan, the City Council, the Planning Commission and the Community Council were well represented at the meeting.

To bad they outnumbered the attendance from the public. I've recommended Saturday afternoons for the next series of meetings.