Sunday, February 14, 2016

Dunwoody Homeowners monthly meeting on Monday Feb 15th to discuss several large development projects.

Board of Directors Meeting - Open to Public
Monday, February 15, 2016 @ 7:30 P.M.

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

1.                 Announcements and introduction of distinguished visitors

2.                 Approval of minutes for December  1, 2015 meeting—Joe Tuttle

3.                Review Crown Holdings development proposal for 244 Perimeter Center Parkway (Goldkist site)—Charlie Brown, Crown Holdings and Jill Arnold of  Pursley Friese Torgrimson    (PC 3/8/16 & Post of Jan 9, 2016)

4.              Brief review of High Street development proposal status – Robert Wittenstein
(Look at the zoning already in place prior to incorporation in the photo below)

5.                 Discussion: Optimum sidewalk width along Dunwoody Village Parkway in front of the proposed townhomes. (DHA Agreement vs First Read Rezone)

6.                 Update on Adopt-A-Spot at Peeler and Winters Chapel—Bill Grossman.

7.                 Bike/Walk Dunwoody request for support to install a bike repair station at the trailhead at Brook Run Park—Joe Seconder

8.                 Stage Door Players request for support of their annual campaign—(TBD)

          Board only session: Votes as needed on any motions including:
2016 Budget
Bike/Walk Dunwoody funding request
Stage Door Players funding request

 Approved zoning already in place prior to Dunwoody Incorporation.

 Westside Connector discussed by Charlie Brown of Crown

1 comment:

Max said...

City Council and Mayor Welcome the the BIGS!

There are many resources available to help you make decisions that reflect Dunwoody homeowner values and create an amazing sense of place for us all. So far, I like the Park under the Tracks, and look forward to hearing how we can fund the critically important Westside Connector.

I am particularly pleased that Councilman Riticher is qualified to professionally examine building plans.