Sources: City Discussing Sale of PVC Farm Property
City council allegedly discusses sale of PVC farm to developer
In November, Dunwoody City Officials held a press conference at the ‘PVC Farm’ property, taking out the final pieces of PVC and declaring the property open to the public.
Last Friday, sources told local news outlets, the City Council held a closed-door executive session. Reports say that during that meeting, a discussion was held about selling the 'PVC farm' property.
Executive sessions are held to discuss personnel, real estate and legal matters.
The city closed on the 16-acre 'PVC farm' property for $5 million in September. The prior owner of the property planned to build apartments on the property.
Someone with information about the meeting told the Dunwoody Crier that the meeting was about selling the PVC farm property. A source told the same thing to WSB-TV.
The source told The Crier that a developer interested in the property would put single-family homes and townhomes on the site.
It isn’t clear who the source of the information is, but the information discussed in an executive session is privileged.
The possible sale of the PVC farm property will be discussed at Sunday night’s Dunwoody Homeowners Association Meeting.