Dunwoody is set to begin a $3.2 million project aimed at repaving nearly 50 streets this year. The City Council approved to pay contractor Blount Construction Company more than $3,235,000 for the work.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Posted: Feb. 20, 2019
“Coffee with a Cop” is nationally recognized program created for citizens to meet with local law enforcement for one-on-one conversations, according to a press release.
Source: Reporter Newspapers | Posted: Feb. 18, 2019
City staff will then review and evaluate the complaint and, if needed, sent to Code Enforcement for official action. The resident making the complaint can monitor the case’s status with the new program.
Source: Reporter Newspapers | Posted: Feb. 15, 2019
On Monday, Dunwoody City Council members unanimously approved allocating up to $125,000 from Dunwoody’s motel tax fund to help with design costs for a portion of the Ashford Dunwoody Commuter Trail.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Posted: Feb. 12, 2019
Dunwoody City Councilmember Terry Nall said he is running for mayor in the Nov. 5 city election no matter what, while current Mayor Denis Shortal said he hasn’t made a decision about reelection.
Source: Reporter Newspapers | Posted: Feb. 8, 2019
Among those honored were five officers who received Medals of Meritorious Service for their roles in saving the lives of local victims. Chief Billy Grogan also beat out the rest of the department to take home the Marksman of the Year award.
Source: Reporter Newspapers | Posted: Feb. 7, 2019
Other items on the Feb. 8 agenda include an update on the city’s facilities and programming as well as construction projects managed by Comprehensive Program Services, which is overseeing the Brook Run Park renovations.
Source: Reporter Newspapers | Posted: Feb. 6, 2019
The City Council can choose to wait and see if and when scooters arrive in large numbers to decide if regulations are necessary, write and approve an ordinance before they arrive, Smith said. Another option is to reach out and negotiate with providers, he said.
Source: Reporter Newspapers | Posted: Jan. 31, 2019
In growing backlash to the Georgia Department of Transportation’s no-questions, low-detail meeting Jan. 14 about impacts of new toll lanes on I-285 and Ga. 400, some Sandy Springs citizens have revealed that land-buying is already underway with highly detailed plans, and the Dunwoody Homeowners Association is pushing for more information at its own meeting with GDOT on Feb. 10.
Source: Reporter Newspapers | Posted: Jan. 16, 2019
The city of Dunwoody presented Citizen Commendation certificates to a man who helped capture a suspect who stole a wallet from an elderly shopper and to a mail carrier who noticed suspicious activity on his longtime route, alerted police who investigated and made an arrest of a identity theft suspect.
Source: Reporter Newspapers | Posted: Jan. 15, 2019