Thursday, April 19, 2012

Dunwoody City Council Agenda for Mon April 23rd

Monday, April 23rd
Dunwoody City Hall
41 Perimeter Center East
Dunwoody, GA 30346
6:00 p.m. - Exec Session
7:00 p.m. - Voting Agenda
Watch Live at 7 pm

Recognition of Sgt. William "Rusty" Furman for Earning his Bachelor of Science Degree with a
Major in Criminal Justice from Troy University.

Proclamation Honoring the 2011 Sustainable Hero.

Proclamation Commemorating Arbor Day.

Approval of Subdivision Renaming Policy.

Approval of 2011 Sidewalk Construction Contract Amendment.

Approval of Sole Source Vendor.

Approval of the Film and Video Policy - Permit Fees.

Resolution Authorizing a Merit Increase for the City Clerk

Presentation of Convention and Visitors Bureau 1st Quarter Financial Report.

Presentation on 2012 Georgia Legislative Session and Outlook for 2013 Georgia Legislative Session.

Public Hearing & Resolution: Urban Redevelopment Plan for a 35 acre Redevelopment Area.

Resolution Activating the Urban Redevelopment Agency and Appointing Members.

Public Hearing & Second Read: Amendment to Chapter 10, Business and Occupation Taxes, Licenses and Regulations re: Secondhand Dealers.

Authorize and Direct the City Manager to Terminate the Sales Contract for the 19 Acre Former Emory Dunwoody Hospital Site.

Explanation on last item: $100,000 of earnest money which the City has already paid to the seller of the hospital property will become non-refundable at Midnight of April 23rd and this item is on the agenda in case council wants to pull completely out of the project at no cost. The Georgetown Renaissance bids come in today (Friday) at 2 pm and an internal team of Council & Staff will be reviewing to see if a good proposal is in the mix which will likely meet published goals and also has a reasonable chance of an agreement between the parties being reached.  If the team believes that there is at least one viable development plan (there may be 6) then this last item on the agenda will not be used and the City will forgo the option of getting a refund on the $100,000 of earnest money.  No announcements of a Georgetown Renaissance finalist will be announced as further extensive review, due diligence and negotiation will need to take place.

1 comment:

Joe Seconder said...

For some really great family fun, come out to Brook Run on Saturday morning for the 4th Annual BRAD - Bicycle Ride Around Dunwoody! Early registration discount has been extended through Friday at 8 PM. 3 Routes for all levels of riders. Fun, food & raffles at the finish for all! Afterwards, enjoy the afternoon at Lemonade Days...