Friday, May 4, 2012

Various news stories impacting Dunwoody

DeKalb appraisals drop by 6 percent - AJC
City should know specifics for Dunwoody by Tuesday.

Bob Fiscella gives his perspective on the Dunwoody Real Estate Market and shows all homes available.

AJC front page article today - "New Homes on the Rise" (not posted on line yet) & Huffington says prices about to go up.

Dunwoody court initiates amnesty program
Pay now or you may be "inconvenienced" and pay more later.

Tab so far for lawyers in school construction lawsuit: $37 million- AJC
The cost to taxpayers of a 5-year-old legal dispute between the DeKalb County School District and a construction management company has risen to $37 million, according to new court records. A grand jury highlighted those numbers and other issues in criticizing the school board -- and reiterating a call by a preceding grand jury for a broad investigation. The grand jury, like another in December, asked District Attorney Robert James to convene a special grand jury to investigate the board's activities, and James said he would ask the superior court judges to consider it.

DeKalb lawsuit cost now at $37 million. Pass me the aspirin. by Maureen Downey

DeKalb BOE Update - Nancy Jester

DeKalb teacher contract letter sent in error

PCMS brought the house down with Alice in Wonderland last night, another show tonight.

Dunwoody Homeowners Association meeting on Sunday where they are set to discuss Dunwoody Post Office changes (Shallowford road location to consolidate into Dunwoody Village?), Future of Dunwoody Farmers Market, Project Renaissance Update, Berman Commons assisted living facility on Womack.

Save the date - June 23 - 30th for Dunwoody Restaurant Week offering $12 Lunch and $25 Dinner menus.

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