Monday, June 20, 2011

Video from the June 20th Dunwoody City Council Meeting.

Quiet night, little or no public comments made for a relatively short meeting of under 80 minutes. 

Meeting recap: Sunday Sales is now on the ballot for November, Dunwoody Tax rate will be the same for 2011 as it has been for 2009 & 2010, we amended the budget, the redevelopment powers referendum is now on the ballot for November, a $50,000 grant was accepted on a study reviewing the number of access points (curb cuts) on Chamblee Dunwoody Rd. in both the Village and the Georgetown areas.  Other than those topics, we had a Bond Referendum discussion whereby the numbers and projections in setting several aspects of the bond will be recalculated to be more conservative in nature.  An interesting aspect of the conversation was the legal advice given to members of the City Council to not be an advocate either for, or against, any referendum placed in front of the citizens. 

The Bond Referendum link will take you to that specific discussion and if you would like to see the whole meeting click the photo or the link below.

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