Dunwoody Council Meeting Monday
Council to hear several issues; none more important than the possibility of the city handling its own fire and medical calls.
Here's Monday's agenda, produced on Heneghan's blog, a pretty comprehensive rundown of city government happenings with a strong bent on government transparency.
At play Monday willl be the final touches in the upcoming budget for January, facility agreeements for long-standing city partners, and an update on the effectivceness of 911 calls for fire and medical emergencies.
Dunwoody Patch has a breakout story publishing soon about the 911 situation. In the middle of all this, Dunwoody has broached the idea of starting its own fire department, which would include dispatch.
The "financial anlaysis" is not on the agenda for Oct. 29, alhtough some council members were calling for the analysis in September.
The appproved agenda as published by the city; Meeting begins at 7 p.m.
Recognition of Officer Dale Laskowski for Earning his Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice Administration Degree from Ferris University.
Recognition of Citizen's Police Academy Graduating Class.
SECOND READ: Ordinance to Amend the 2012 Operating and Capital Budgets
Approval of Facility Use Agreements with Affiliated Programming Partners.
a. Stage Door Players
b. Dunwoody Nature Center
c. Dunwoody Senior Baseball
e. Spruill Center
Approval of Park Rental Fees.
Approval of Agreement with ConnectSouth for Georgia Legislative Support.
Approval of City Council 2013 Meeting Schedule.
Resolution of Support for the I-285 @ GA 400 Interchange
Resolution to Adopt the 2013 Annual Operating and Capital Budgets
Approval of Facility Use Agreement with Dunwoody Preservation Trust / Donaldson Bannister
PUBLIC HEARING & SECOND READ RZ 12-101: Pursuant to the City of Dunwoody Zoning Ordinance, Walton Ashwood, LLC, Owner of 1000 Ashwood Parkway, Seeks Permission to Rezone Property Currently Zoned Office-Institution Conditional (O-Ic) to Office-Institution
Conditional (O-Ic) to Allow for a Change of Previous Conditions.
PUBLIC HEARING & SECOND READ RZ 12-102: Pursuant to the City of Dunwoody Zoning Ordinance, Charles P. Stephens, Owner of 1725 Mount Vernon Road, Seeks Permission to Rezone Property Currently Zoned Office-Institution Conditional (O-Ic) to Office-Institution Conditional (O-Ic) to Allow for a Change of Previous Conditions.
Update on Transference of Fire and EMS Calls.