Friday, March 10, 2017

Dunwoody City Council Agenda for Monday March 13, 2017

Monday, March 13, 2017
Dunwoody City Hall

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

Agenda

Administration of Oath of Office for Jordan Laverty.

Recognition of Sgt. Jason Dove for Attaining his Bachelor of Science Degree.

Presentation by Dunwoody Preservation Trust.

Presentation of Recommendations for Last Mile Connectivity - Full Report.

Approval of an Amendment to the 2016 Resurfacing Contract with Baldwin Paving.

Approval of a Contract Amendment for 2016 Pavement Inspections.

Approval of the 2017 Paving Contract.

Approval of a Contract Extension with Georgia Management Agency (Roadworx) for Road and Stormwater Maintenance.

Approval of a Contract to Optech for Road and Stormwater Maintenance.

Stormwater Funding Approval - 2357 N Peachtree Way.

Resolution Appointing Member to the Volunteer Coordinating Committee - Sam Lucius.

Approval of a Resolution in Support of a Georgia Transportation Infrastructure Bank Grant Application

Resolution Authorizing an Amendment to the 457(b) Plan to Allow Elected Officials to be Eligible to Participate in the Plan.

Approval of a Resolution in Support of a Request for Federal Funding for the Georgetown Gateway Project

SECOND READ: Lang Real Estate Services, LLC, c/o Jacob Lang, on behalf of DAVECHEV, INC, owner of 5465 Chamblee Dunwoody Road, Dunwoody, GA 30338, seeks the following Special Land Use Permits from Chapter 27: a.) Section 27-97(g)(1) to exceed the maximum allowed parking in the Dunwoody Village Overlay District; b.) Section 27-97(i)(3) to reduce the pedestrian zone along the abutting sides and rear of the building; and c.) Section 27-97(k)(1)(a) to reduce the pedestrian “build to zone” requirement. The tax parcel number is 18 366 07 008.

FIRST READ: Updates to the City's Erosion and Sedimentation Control Ordinance.

2 comments:

Jason Mayberry said...

I'm curious, John. Why did you vote against the permit for the conversion of the Chevron on Chamblee-Dunwoody to restaurant/retail? I, for one, am happy to see something in that area developed into something other than a bank or a doctor's office. And that are desperately needs more restaurants.

John Heneghan said...

Jason, after numerous proposed changes, the city attorney whispering in my ear for an additional change or condition he wanted, the applicant saying that he was in discussions with CVS for a solution to the lawsuit (which would then change the layout) and the revelation that the subject property had a spite strip that was 1 foot wide going around CVS towards Mt. Vernon - I thought that a deferral for an additional two weeks to allow the CVS negotiations continue, the numerous amendments be codified so they could be studied and research done on the spite stip as the applicant was willing to negotiate the future access to that property, but the Council decided they were ready to move forward. My motion to defer did not pass and the measure was approved.

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