Thursday, April 10, 2014

Personal Care home discussion to take place on Sunday at Dunwoody Homeowners Association Meeting

Board of Directors Meeting
Sunday, April 13, 2014 @ 7:30 P.M.

DeKalb Cultural Arts Center (Room 4)
5339 Chamblee-Dunwoody Road
Dunwoody, GA 30338

1.                Approval of minutes for March 2014
          2.       Presentation to Warren Hutmacher – City Manager
3.        Presentation on Spruill Center Development – Don Boyken
4.       Adopt a Bench Presentation – Meredy Shortal
           5.       Discussion on Personal Care home on Manget Way


Colleen O'Casey said...

Where has consideration gone in this country? In the home where I live, raise my children and lay my head at night, I do NOT want a health care home, a rehab center, a day care facility, a small business, etc. just popping up!

My next door neighbor used to have a small business in her home, she came by before and explained that it would only be one or clients at a time visit, then in reality I had people parking in front of mailbox prior to mail delivery, block my driveway egress/exit, and cars driving up and down our street looking for her "office".

We live in our homes, people! STOP this nonsense!

John Heneghan said...

An announcement from the Center for Discovery is in the link to the photo below.

I talked to Mr. Tim Davis at the Center for Discovery who stated that the announcement above should be shared and that there were 1,000 phone lines available but he asked that questions be asked in advance via email as not all 1,000 people can speak at once. I informed him of the Dunwoody Homeowners Association Meeting on Sunday but he stated there was no one locally able to attend.

We invite you to participate in an informational conference call on April 11, 2014.


April 11, 2014
6-7 pm EST


Conference Code

Center for Discovery invites the community of Dunwoody to attend an informational conference call about Center for Discovery's Eating Disorder Program. Dr. Jennifer Henretty will open the call with a description of our company's mission and focus. Dr. Henretty will then introduce Dr. Craig Brown, CEO, who will respond to neighborhood questions and concerns.

Questions are welcome!
For inclusion in our Q&A session, please email questions prior to the call to

Please include your name and the phone number you will be dialing in from with your question.

For more information please visit

Rose Gorham said...

I personally don't have a problem with this center. And no it is not on my street but I really wouldn't care if it was. My only concern would be that I would want adequate parking for the cars.