Dunwoody could become the latest metro Atlanta city to ban local businesses from discriminating against LGBTQ people, with a proposed system that includes city-appointed mediators or lawyers where violators could be fined up to $1,000.
Source: Reporter Newspapers | Posted: May. 17, 2019
Initiated by the city’s sustainability committee, the designation helps educate the public about the vital role that bees and other pollinators play in our environment, and how individuals and companies can help to sustain them in a healthy habitat, according to a press release.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Posted: May. 10, 2019
A 6-month moratorium on wood-framed multi-unit construction in Dunwoody set to expire this month has been extended until August to give city officials time to review proposed changes to the city’s fire safety regulations.
Source: Reporter Newspapers | Posted: May. 9, 2019
The City Council considered on first read at its April 22 meeting to amend its noise ordinance to restrict the exploding of consumer fireworks to the hours between 10 a.m. and 9 p.m., except on certain holidays designated by the state.
Source: Reporter Newspapers | Posted: Apr. 23, 2019
The Dunwoody Sustainability Committee honored corporate and individual honorees as “sustainable heroes” during the recent State of the City community event for their work to create a more environmental-friendly city.
Source: Marietta Daily Journal | Posted: Apr. 18, 2019
Dunwoody residents Jim Sturgis, Ron Silvers, Jim Beattie and Stan Bernstein were recently honored for their 10 years of service as volunteer bailiffs for the city’s Municipal Court.
Source: Reporter Newspapers | Posted: Apr. 17, 2019
The 145-foot bridge connects Dunwoody’s Georgetown Community with Perimeter Center as part of the Dunwoody Trailway, according to a press release.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Posted: Apr. 15, 2019
He spoke lovingly of his three grown sons who now live with their families in Florida, Arizona and Illinois. And, he said, he wanted to be able to travel to visit them and his five grandchildren, ranging in age from college-age to 2-years-old.
He promised to work hard for Dunwoody until his last day.
Source: Reporter Newspapers | Posted: Apr. 12, 2019
The process led to a strategic plan that is both tactical and visionary, with three primary pillars: increase community outreach; advocate for destination development; and mitigate destination challenges.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle | Posted: Apr. 12, 2019
Dunwoody Police Deputy Police Chief David Sides is retiring April 10 from the department after 10 years in the city and nearly 40 years in law enforcement. Maj. David Barnes has been promoted to deputy chief as Sides’ replacement.
Source: Reporter Newspapers | Posted: Apr. 11, 2019