Monday, April 7, 2014

Dunwoody explores Tree Canopy Obstacle Course, requests feedback on Spalding, proposed Sr. Living on Old Spring House, new Petco, rezonings and hotels, wild ride and food truck begins.

Would you like to hang out at Brook Run Park a little more this summer?   The City of Dunwoody is exploring options and looking for proposals for a possible Tree Canopy Obstacle Course at Brook Run Park.  No other details except what is on city site.  Thoughts?

I am receiving comments via email on the various intersection proposals for the Chamblee Dunwoody / Spalding Drive intersection.  A meeting with formal presentation took place on Feb 25th and the city staff is still accepting formal comments on which proposal you prefer.  Also take a look at the City of Dunwoody's YouTube page to see four videos of traffic scenarios for the intersection including the one way proposal.

Tuesday the Dunwoody Planning Commission reviews a rezoning on Old Spring House Lane to change land zoned for offices to 120 unit residential complex for Senior Living.

At the Wednesday meeting of the Village Design Review Advisory Committee they are discussing a new sign to be installed in the Dunwoody Hall (Publix's) Shopping Center on Chamblee Dunwoody for what appears to be a new pet store concept by Petco called; "Unleashed for dogs and cats."

At the Thursday morning Sustainability Committee they are discussing a city sustainability plan and possible designated parking for electric vehicles.

At the Thursday evening Community Council meeting they are discussing two possible property rezonings.  The first asks to rezone a piece of property on Crown Point Parkway from a proposed 120 room hotel to instead allow a self storage building in its place.  The second asks to rezone a property on Ashford Dunwoody Road where 257 multifamily residential units are currently allowed and instead allow a 128 room hotel and commercial space for retail or restaurant.
My request for a new ride in 2014.
Lemonade Days - April 23 - 27

May 1st the season starts!
This Friday April 11th is the last fish fry at All Saint's Catholic Church and the Knights of Columbus are serving meals at a blistering pace, as just this last Friday over 1,400 meals were served in three hours.  Dinner starts at 5 pm.

For those traveling, please enjoy your spring break and for those who remain in Dunwoody please maintain a watchful eye on your neighbors abode as crime doesn't take a holiday for those looking to take advantage of empty homes.


Rose Gorham said...

Any zoning that removes more apartments being built in Dunwoody I am in favor off.

Rose Gorham said...

In favor of!! Sorry for the typo in the first post!