Sunday, March 6, 2016

Tonight - Dunwoody Homeowners Association to again discuss Crown Towers proposal for two large residental condo towers.

DHA Board of Directors Meeting
Sunday, March 6, 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 February  15, 2016 meeting—Lindsay Ballow

3.                 Discussion – Crown Holdings development proposal for 244 Perimeter Center Parkway (Goldkist site)—Charlie Brown (to answer any questions)

4.                 Discussion – Dunwoody Farmers Market— Bill Grossman

5.                 Discussion – October Chili Cook-off – Bill Grossman

6.                 Funding Requests:
Dunwoody Nature Center – Alan Mothner
Kingsley Elementary – Erika Harris and Ana Crisbilbao
Dunwoody Preservation Trust (Lemonade Days)—
Hope Follmer

          Board only session: Votes as needed on any motions including:
  Support (with conditions) or Oppose Crown Holdings development proposal.  (If with conditions, what conditions?)
 Bike/Walk Dunwoody support and funding request
  Nature Center funding request
  Kingsley Elementary funding request
  Dunwoody Preservation Trust funding request.
  Stage Door Players funding request
Next meeting:  Sunday, May 1, 2016, 7:30pm (no meeting in April)

1 comment:

GaryRayBetz said...

I had been under the delusion that the sorry state of the local roads is due to "Red State" governance not wanting to invest in infrastructure; however, since my job now has me traveling on the streets of surrounding communities, I have observed that's not so. The deplorable road condition that I had been noting is unique to Dunwoody, albeit ubiquitous to every Dunwoody road. The streets in our neighbor cities are of such high quality they could probably support a Grand Prix style road race. But with the jarring vibration that I experience in my car from washboard roads specific to Dunwoody, it now becomes explicitly clear why they route the Ladies' Night Party Bus through Dunwoody even though Route 400 would be much quicker.

My use of hyperbole should not dismiss the severity of Dunwoody's most distressing dilemma - our roads are truly disgraceful! Come on City of Dunwoody Mayor and City Council, the only item that should appear ad nauseam on each and every Dunwoody City Council Agenda, until resolution, is -

Item #1: FIX THE ROADS!!!
Item #2: FIX THE ROADS!!!
Item #3: FIX THE ROADS!!!