Saturday, March 7, 2015

Dunwoody City Council Agenda for Monday March 9 at 6 PM

Monday, March 9, 2015
Dunwoody City Hall

41 Perimeter Center East
Dunwoody, GA 30346

Approval of Revised 2015 City Council Meeting Schedule.

Presentation of CVBD 2014 Financial Report and 2015 Business Plan.

Feasibility Study requested on saving Brook Run Theater.

Stage Door Facilities Today and Future.

Approval of Dunwoody Preservation Trust Request for Lemonade Days to be Designated as a Premier Event.

Resolutions to Amend FY 2014 & FY 2015 Budget.

Resolution to Authorize a Merit Increase for the City Clerk.

FIRST READ: Ordinance to Amend Chapter 8 re: Gated Community Access.

Approval of On-Call Contracts for Storm Water Easement Acquisition Services.

Resolution to Support the Georgetown Gateway Project Application for the 2014 TIP Project Solicitation

Resolution to Support the Westside Connector Project Application for the TIP Project Solicitation

Resolution in Support of an Application for 2014 TIP Project Solicitation-Chamblee DunwoodyRoad Corridor in Dunwoody Village.

Resolution in Support of an Application for the 2014 TIP Project Solicitation-Chamblee Dunwoody at Peeler Road Intersection Project.

Resolution in Support of Accommodation for Extension of the Georgia 400 Trail through the I-285 Interchange.

Authorization of Expenditure for the Mount Vernon Way Sidewalk Project.

FIRST READ: SLUP 15-021: Andrew M. Halloran, Representative of Cornerstone Site Consultants, LLC, on Behalf of Most Reverend Wilton D. Gregory, Archbishop, Roman Catholic Diocese of Atlanta, Owner of 2443 Mount Vernon Road, Dunwoody, GA 30338, Seeks the Following: a Special Land Use Permit for the Expansion of an Existing Place of Worshipand Accessory Uses. The Tax  Parcel Number is 18 373 02 002.


Joe Seconder said...

If you are interested in personally asking Georgia DOT to accommodate human-powered transportation choices with the $1 + Billion dollar projects on the 285/400 interchange & the 400 Collector/Distributor projects, please checkout the information at the below website. You'll note the support to date from organizations such as Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, City of Brookhaven, Sandy Springs & Dunwoody Chambers of Commerce and Sandy Springs Conservancy.

Elroy said...

Please please please... restore the theatre!!!!