Friday, May 11, 2012

Dunwoody City Council agenda for Mon May 14th

Monday, May 14th
Dunwoody City Hall
41 Perimeter Center East
Dunwoody, GA 30346

Proclamation - Chesnut Charter Elementary School

Proclamation - "Click It or Ticket".

Financial Report for the Year Through March 31, 2012.

ACTION ITEM: Resolution Activating the Urban Redevelopment Agency and Appointing Members.

Discussion to Declare Certain Confiscated and Unclaimed Property as Surplus Supplies.

Discussion of Impact Fees.

FIRST READ: Ordinance to Grant Special Land Use Permit to Congregation Ariel, Located at
5227 Tilly Mill Road, Dunwoody, Georgia 30338, Tax Parcel Number is 18 369 03 008.

FIRST READ: Ordinance to Amend Chapter 27, Zoning re: Planned Development Zone District.

Discussion of E911 Fund.

Discussion of Brook Run Park Trail Design-Build Contract.

Discussion of Womack at Vermack Intersection Design Contract.

Discussion of Three Paving Contracts Including Mount Vernon and Chamblee Dunwoody Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements

Discussion of Contract for Final Design-Tilly Mill at North Peachtree Intersection Improvements.

Project Renaissance: FIRST READ: Ordinance to Transfer Property.


Pattie Baker said...

John: I'd like to suggest that appropriate and safe pedestrian accommodations be built into any budgets during any construction or repairs of our roads. Requiring moms pushing strollers, schoolchildren walking or on bikes, those with any mobility issues, and really, anyone who wants to walk safely in our city to travel into traffic or on tenuous ground to get around construction is common, concerning, and unnecessary. Here is an example from Sandy Springs from last year that shows conditions that I hope we avoid:

Anonymous said...


Small potatoes, but I think that the 'surplus' property list, without drugs, guns, etc. could easily be published on the City website.

Most places have a regular sale of these items to the public, and the proceeds go to a good cause, such as Police Athletic League, etc.

I looked at the list and am confident plenty of people would attend a sale of those items.

Just sayin' ...