Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Mayor Tommy Fry, City Branding Survey, ZBA, Jobs Available, Lemonade Days needs help, BRAD & School Board qualification approching.

Mayor for a Day, Tommy Fry

The CVB and City of Dunwoody, along with the Chamber of Commerce and the Perimeter Center Improvement District has embarked on a new branding project. Their aim is to create a logo and tagline for the City of Dunwoody that will encapsulate all that is positive about the city that we live in. To ensure a branding image that we can all stand behind, they are asking for feedback from the citizens.

Please click onto the link below and complete the survey, and then sign up for one of the focus groups that will be conducted on April 8th and 9th.

The City of Dunwoody - Branding Survey

Dunwoody ZBA is meeting Thursday  Swimming pool construction error forces application for decrease accessory structure setbacks and an increase in maximum allowable lot coverage.

City of Dunwoody is hiring.

Current Opportunities
Building Inspector

Convention and Visitors Bureau Sales Manager

Apply Now for Future Opportunities
Police Officer

Lemonade Days is looking for volunteers, if your interested please contact Kelly Coker Smith.

The Bike Ride Around Dunwoody is scheduled for Sat April 17th, sign up today.

Dunwoody's own Dale Cardwell wants you to trust him with his new business venture of finding trustworthy companies that we should do business with at and besides trusting Dale, I'm also proud to say that as a local elected official, I'm not even afraid of him.

Anyone thinking about running for School Board?

I haven't talked to Jim Redovian and don't know if he is thinking of running for re-election on the DeKalb County School Board but with the tough decisions being faced in these rough economic times; few would be surprised if he didn't run again. That being said, District 1 of the DCSS (Dunwoody, Chamblee & Doraville) needs to start grooming viable candidates because the qualification period of June 28 through July 2nd is fast approaching.  Who is interested and how can I help?

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