Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Video of the May 29th Dunwoody City Council Meeting.

Award of Brook Run Park Trail Design-Build Contract. Passed

Award of Full Depth Reclamation Paving Contract-Multiple Streets. Passed

ACTION ITEM: Resolution - City Attorney Resignation.  Passed

ACTION ITEM: Resolution - City Attorney Termination. Mute - Resignation Accepted.

Public Hearing & Second Read: Ordinance to Grant Special Land Use Permit to Congregation Ariel,
Located at 5227 Tilly Mill Road, Dunwoody, Georgia 30338, Tax Parcel Number is 18 369 03
008. Passed with conditions for some parking to be installed first.

Award of 2012 Capital Paving Contract. Passed

Award of Mount Vernon and Chamblee Dunwoody Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements Contract. Passed Mt Vernon and deferred Chamblee Dunwoody for possible grant.

Award of Womack at Vermack Intersection Design Contract.  Passed

Award of Contract for Final Design-Tilly Mill at North Peachtree Intersection Improvements. Passed

Public Hearing & Second Read: Ordinance to Amend Chapter 27, Zoning, re: Planned Development DistrictPassed

Project Renaissance: Resolution Appointing Members to the Urban Redevelopment Agency. Passed

Project Renaissance: Resolution Authorizing John Wieland Homes and Neighborhoods to Apply for RezoningPassed

Project Renaissance: Authorize and Direct the City Manager to Extend Closing on the 19 Acre Former Emory Dunwoody Hospital Site No Action

 Approval of Donaldson-Bannister House Community Awareness Special Event SignageRequest. Passed


Do the Right Thing said...

Terry Nall states "No one is above the law". Dick Williams, the alleged journalist Brian Anderson leaked to, states it was not Brian Anderson it was Warren Hutmacher. So correction - the "one" above the law is Warren Hutmacher! Do any of you really think the citizens of Dunwoody don't realize what is going on here?!

Hire_A_Veteran said...

From TP Health:

More Than One Million Veterans Would Benefit From Obamacare | Under the Affordable Care Act, about 630,000 uninsured veterans would qualify for Medicaid, and an additional 520,000 would receive subsidized health insurance in the state exchanges, according to a study from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. “It is striking how many of the uninsured veterans would qualify for Medicaid under the ACA,” said the report’s co-author Genevieve Kenney.

Nationwide, 1.3 million veterans are uninsured, and another 900,000 veterans use VA care but have no other insurance coverage. On top of that, about 900,000 adults and children in veterans’ families are uninsured.

John Heneghan said...

Terry Nall Video discusses Resignation

Jan said...

Mute? Quite the Freudian slip...

Bob Turner said...

How disappointing! I was expecting to hear Nall say that he was resigning.

I guess the very pompous and hypocritical good old boy network will continue to keep its unctuous grip on Dunwoody!

And hey, I believe it's that stale chips bagman that doesn't know when to use moot or mute.

Chip said...

Bob Turner:

You old rapscallion (and I know that's not a berry-flavored onion!).

I'm not sure where the errant choice occurred, but it's more than likely an ad homonym attack by my dyslexic fingers than an actual act of ignorance.

Bob Turner said...

Chip, your faux pas occurred in your below Dunwoody Whiner comment (and this was very surprising as normally you are the most articulate and grammatically correct of writers)-

"Bob Lundsten would be better off staying 'moot' on this issue, his comments are often incendiary and for all his good intentions, he does himself a disservice by venting. He sets the stage for allegations of bias that may be hard to refute."

Don't let it happen again, Chip, as I expect my nemeses to continually raise the bar for me, and not so intellectually regress so shamefully!