Friday, January 25, 2013

Agenda for January 28th Dunwoody City Council Meeting

Monday, January 28th
Dunwoody City Hall
41 Perimeter Center East
Dunwoody, GA 30346
6:00 p.m. - Work (Exec) Session


Administer Oath of Office to Newly Hired Police Officers Brian Kiel, Terrell Styles and John

Recognition of Court Administrator Trina Gallien for Attaining her Bachelor of Science Degree
in Criminal Justice from Troy University.

Approval of Amendment of City Position Allocation and Compensation Chart Related to SalaryRanges.

Approval of Addendum to Sentinel Offender Services, L.L.C. Contract to Adjust ProbationFees.

Resolution to Join GIRMA Membership for Workers' Compensation.

Authorize the City Manager to Pay the DeKalb Municipal Association Fiscal Year 2013Assessment.

SECOND READ: Ordinance to Amend City of Dunwoody Purchasing Policy.

SECOND READ: Ordinance to Amend Chapter 24 to Adopt Regulations Governing FalseAlarms in the City of Dunwoody.

Resolution Adopting and Approving False Alarm Fees.

Resolution Appointing Community Council Members. (Debbie Montgomery, Sam Verniero)

Resolution Appointing Development Authority Members. (Jeff Ackemann, Jim Gaddis, Robert Miller)

Resolution Appointing Board of Zoning Appeals Members. (Bill McCahan, Kristin Wescott & Gerri Penn)


TwoDogsTrucking said...

An alarm user class by the city? U have to be kidding me. A civil fine(TAX) because a surge in an thunder storm set off an alarm? The citizens and businesses are already paying the city for premium services, it's why the city was formed; right? Now, the city will TAX (fine) for acts because that premium service is bothersome. Council in reference to the "verify", please stand up and tell Dunwoody that there will be even more of a delay in police response to a possible in-progress crime while that follow up phone call is made for verification before the police are ever called. Here's my idea; everytime a citizen can document the city underperforming they get a tax abatement, a nice reverse civil fine. How about a satsfaction vote? Every 4 or 8 years the citizens get to vote on whether the city keeps its charter. Four years old and already with the nickel and dime nonsense. Perfect illustration of why Dunwoody is not better government just unnecessary government.

dpgroupie said...

No need to be "alarmist".....there has been a lot of misunderstanding around this issue. Chief Grogan and Mayor Davis did an excellent job at the last City Council meeting elaborating on some details, and I think, alleviating concerns and putting fears to rest. Time to move on.