Sunday, October 11, 2020

Dunwoody City Council Agenda for Monday October 12, 2020

OCTOBER 12, 2020   6:00 PM

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Hearing - Resolution to Adopt Fiscal Year 2021 Operating and Capital Budget

Hearing - First Read: RZ 20-02 Peachland Housing Group Seeks to Rezone the Properties Located at 5308, 5318, and 5328 Roberts Drive From Their Current R-100 (Single-Dwelling Residential) District Zoning Classification to an R-50 (Single-Dwelling Residential) District.

Prior Rezoning application of same property that was withdrawn.

Swancy House - Historical Dunwoody Home from 1889

Approval of a Construction Agreement with the Georgia DOT for the Chamblee Dunwoody-Georgetown Gateway Project

Approval of a Construction Contract for Intersection Improvements at Spalding Drive and Chamblee Dunwoody Road

Contract with Outside Legal Counsel (Eric Linton, City Manager)

Economic Assistance - CARES Act Funding

Review and Consideration of a Text Amendment from FEMA Regarding Flood Damage Prevention (Chapter 16)


Ben said...

How will the construction of a new elementary school on Chamblee-Dunwoody road impact the Chamblee-Dunwoody Georgetown gateway project both during construction (which should overlap) and after completion of both with increased activity (busses, car pools and foot traffic) going to and from the school.

bofdem said...

@Ben - what new elementary school on Chamblee-Dunwoody?
What are you talking about?

Ben said...

During the Elementary School redistricting in February 2020, Dunwoody and Chamblee were promised a new elementary school would be built to reduce overcrowding. This was to be built in time to open for the 2023 school year. It is somewhat of an open secret that the school will be built at the location of the former Shallowford Elementary on Chamblee - Dunwoody Road.

I don't think the Board of Education has voted to approve the budget for the overall construction, but I think some money was approved for architects over the summer. this post has some discussion on the topic -