Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Miscellaneous Items that cross my desk.

AJC - Smoother rides on tap in Dunwoody: Paving the way to Dunwoody’s future will mean a lot more asphalt. The city will nearly triple its spending on road paving this year, part of a five-year commitment to smooth as many main drags and residential roads as possible in the north DeKalb City.   “We know that our roads are in need of as much renovation as we can give them,” said Councilman Robert Wittenstein of the $2 million paving plan for this summer.

Register for Code Red - a reverse 911 system which offers emergency calls to your phone when there are emergency situations including threatening weather.  (Says Sandy Springs but was told it will work for Dunwoody)

Dunwoody Community Plant Sale this Fri & Sat (9 am to 5 pm) at the Brook Run Greenhouse

If your not following Audra's Aha Connection blog or getting her e-mails, your missing what I consider the best blog in Dunwoody.  Lots of great information there, check it out.

Interesting Dunwoody Crier article states that the central Perimeter office and retail district in Dunwoody and Sandy Springs has more office space than exists in the entire City of Charlotte.

The DeKalb School Board has to learn what executive session and confidentiality means and as much as I respect Maureen Downey's right to report the news, I think this comment on the DeKalb School Watch Blog using Ms. Downey's own words on why the public should learn who leaked the information is dead on.  Now let's see how that budget is configured?

Patch - North Metro SWAT Team Training at Brook Run Park

Pre-Registration needed for Monarchs & Margaritas supporting Dunwoody Nature Center, deadline coming soon.

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