Citizens for Dunwoody, a local group of citizens, will be holding 14 public information sessions on Dunwoody's two parks bond referendums set for the Nov. 8 ballot. The two bonds, both for $33 million, would be used individually for acquiring park property and improving the city's current parks. Each bond is worth about .75 mills, which adds about $30 in property tax for each $100,000 in home value. One or more representatives from the City will be present to help answer questions at three of the meetings as indicated. Below is a letter from Dan Weber that I saw in the Crier along with the schedule of presentations.
Between now and the November 8 vote on the parks bond referenda, Citizens for Dunwoody will be reaching out to you through several media to provide information concerning the bonds. Those media will include articles in The Crier, a flier in the annual mailing from the Dunwoody Homeowners Association, and Emails with links to relevant information. The best way to learn about the bonds, however, is by attending one of the community or neighborhood meetings listed below, so pull out your calendar and find a date that you can attend. One or more representatives from the city will be present to help answer questions at three of the meetings as indicated. If your neighborhood or group would like for one of our presenters to come to one of your meetings, please Email me at Dan@NorthAtlantaLaw.com.