Today's Bike Rack @ Dunwoody Elementary
April 26 & 29 City Council Meetings
Last week I missed my first couple City Council meetings since the city began and though I wasn't there, I did take steps to have the precedings recorded.
I attended Wednesday mornings DCPC meeting and as I have a tendency to do at public meetings, I recorded it in order to share the presentation with my neighbors. Councilman Robert Wittenstein was there as were Tammy Anderson and Tom Taylor who are both candidates for the state legislature.
I was very impressed with the candor and honesty of Interim Superintendent Ramona Tyson. I won't attempt to give a complete recap of the meeting since the new Dunwoody School Daze blog did such a nice job, but the full audio of the meeting can be found in the links below.
there is a recap here.
Misc Dunwoody Blog updatesToday after I walked my son to school, I attended the Dunwoody Green Market and seemed to buy everything Donna Nall bought except that I also bought Lavender soap and Jalapeno jelly. On Sunday, Donna & I also spent some quality time at the the Dunwoody Nature Center with our families supporting the Odyssey of the Mind team. Be sure to look for (and financially support) the team at the Children's area of the the Dunwoody Art Festival this weekend.
I haven't talked to Mayor Wright about his position on eduKALB but I am thankful he is there and I like the goal of the organization. I don't have much insight but some members of the community do have questions on the organization, fund raising and intentions of the DeKalb Chamber.
Besides buying everything in sight at the farmers market, I'm looking forward to spending some money at the Dunwoody Art Festival this weekend.
The Dunwoody Crier has nothing to fear regarding me or any other blogger on the net. Bloggers are opinionated blowhards who use the media to reach out to our five or six readers whereas the Crier owns every driveway in town with professional reporters covering in depth the stories that are important to this community. The rest of us are just hacks - and we know it.