Monday, April 19, 2010

Recent Dunwoody items that crossed my desk.

Real Forward Progress on Becoming Bike-Friendly -Bike ride around Dunwoody recap

House committee to consider Dunwoody parks bill - Anything could happen with the legislature in session?

A Newspaper Leaves Behind Its City Roots - NYT notes that the AJC has moved to Dunwoody

Dear AJC: Welcome to Dunwoody by Dick Williams of the Crier

Thank you Lynn & Mellie for serving - Tough job - you represented us well.

Thank you Stacey & Tom - Stepping into big shoes.

Planning Commission to vote Tuesday on Comprehensive Plan.

Schools to be More Crowded Next School Year, 293 Kids in Trailers Next Year at Vanderlyn.

Thinking of running for DeKalb County School Board?  Read this and join group

Latest from Councilman Shortal
- Dunwoody HS Construction News and much more

Comprehensive Transportation Plan - has been rebid.

An ode to our fine City of Dunwoody - new blogger giving his opinions of Dunwoody Council.

Dunwoody Celebrates Georgia Cities Week with tours & blood drive.

Dunwoody Earth Day 2010 Shredding Event - April 24

Holocaust Memorial Garden a teaching tool for future generations at the MJCC

Farmer gets support from local Dunwoody residents - Join the CSA today

2010 Dunwoody High School Baseball Highlights

Dunwoody Beer Fest - May 15th at Perimeter Mall (Hey Rick, Hoegaarden is on tap.)

Dunwoody Butterfly Festival - Save the Date of June 12th

Branding conversation - a statewide perspective

New York Butcher Shoppe in Dunwoody is open - nice looking lunch menu


Dunwoody Mom said...

Thanks for the link to Brent's blog. Between John, Rick, Bob and Brent - I think Dunwoody's pretty well covered, though I would like to see more coverage of local schools.

Dunwoody Mom said...
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Dunwoody Mom said...

Well, I put a blog where my mouth is. This is very rudimentary as I am not very PC literate, so we'll see how it goes.

John Heneghan said...

Kudo's Dunwoody Mom!

Anything I can do to help, please don't hesitate to ask. I believe you know how to reach me ;-)

Here are some of the tools that I use


John Heneghan said...

Brent has decided to stop blogging about Dunwoody and instead will focus on writing for the Dunwoody Crier.

Brent = journalist, John = blogger

I for one enjoyed Brent's perspective and hope that he is able to expand into a weekly Crier column in the future.