Petition Aims to Halt Plans for New Brook Run Path
A petition with 667 names were submitted to the Dunwoody City Clerk on Monday.
Friends of Brook Run Park hope their petition will stop plans for the concrete path.
A Reporter Newspapers story said former City Council member Danny Ross presented the petition of 667 names to the Dunwoody City Clerk on Monday.
A group of residents seeking to block the construction of a concrete trail in Brook Run Park were dealt a serious setback, Monday. A DeKalb County Superior Court judge ruled that construction can proceed with a planned 12-foot wide concrete trail through the park.
Mayor Mike Davis is said to believe a small number of people are opposed to the new path. Jeff Coghill, the a co-communications person with his wife, for the petition supporters told The Reporter that their petition represents a cross-section of citizens.
The story said supporters are from Dunwoody, Brookhaven, Sandy Springs and Chamblee.
See the petition at http://www.change.org/petitions/brook-run-park.