Thursday, January 19, 2017

Dunwoody City Council Agenda - Monday January 23rd

Monday, January 23, 2017
Dunwoody City Hall

41 Perimeter Center East
Dunwoody, GA 30346
Watch Live at 6:00 p.m.
6 pm Agenda

Administer Oath of Office to Officer Bryan Castellanos.

Recognition of Major David Barnes for Completing his Masters of Public Safety Administration.

Presentation of Dunwoody High School Youth City Council Student Survey Results.

FIRST READ: Text Amendment to Chapter 27, Section 27-97, DVO, Dunwoody Village Overlay.

Resolution Appointing Members to Serve on the City of Dunwoody Sustainability Committee.

SECOND READ: SLUP 17-011: Rhett Roberson, owner of 2347 Brookhurst Drive, Dunwoody, GA 30338, seeks a Special Land Use Permit from Chapter 27, Section 27-168(g)(1) to allow for a Type B Home Occupation for a physical therapy business. The tax parcel number is 18 354 03 005.

SECOND READ - Ordinance to Amend Chapter 4 re: License for Dispensation of Free Alcohol.

Resolution Revising Alcohol Fee Schedule to Add License Fee for Limited Pouring Licenses.

Design Approval for the Baseball Fields at 4635 Barclay Drive.

Discussion of Concept Design for Intersection Improvement at Mount Vernon Road and Tilly Mill Road.


Pattie Baker said...

Congratulations, Emily. Thank you for your involvement in our city's long-term resiliency, and for taking this leadership step into your own future as well.

Heyward said...

Can you explain what the purpose of the change is in our Liquor law? What is "limited"? Does this open it up for every business in Dunwoody to serve for just $100? How does this affect businesses that hold liquor licenses? Does this mean that the nail salon next to the Dunwoody Tavern can start serving wine?

John Heneghan said...

This proposed change would allow hair/nail salons to offer a complimentary glass of wine for free (it is happening now) without risk of law enforcement. In reality, the answer of your first question is yes with a $100 registration fee, fingerprinting, and background check of the owner and an additional pouring permit with more background checks for the person pouring; only then could you give a glass of wine away. How does this affect those selling - probably limited?

I am worried of unintended consequences and am currently researching how this affects sexually oriented business where the drinks could be free?

Limited pouring license: Dispensation of wine and malt beverages by establishments without a full-service kitchen for free without right of dispensation on Sunday.