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DUNWOODY SUSTAINABILITY COMMISSION

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The Sustainability Commission of the City of Dunwoody invites members of the community to join us for monthly meetings.  Meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month at City Hall in Dunwoody, from 7:45 AM to 9 AM.   

Dunwoody has earned the Bronze and Silver level awards of the Green Communities Designation from the Atlanta Regional Commission.  

For additional information, contact Rebecca Keefer or Becca Timms at 678.382.6700.  

Max June 18, 2012 at 03:19 PM
Different meeting, similar topic. This meeting will discuss recommendations and findings of a grant study and how the work product may affect our zoning code re-write. I urge anyone able, to attend. Date: Friday, June 22, 2012 Time: 12:00pm – 1:30pm Location: City Hall 41 Perimeter Center East In partnership with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the City will present recommendations for sustainable practices to be incorporated in the Zoning Code Rewrite. This meeting is a result of a technical assistance grant the City received earlier this year for the Building Blocks for Sustainable Communities Program, Green Building Toolkit. A consultant team led by Code Studio and YR&G is currently working with EPA to assess and make recommendations to the Zoning Code that will be based on sustainable sites, water efficiency, and energy conservation. This opportunity capitalizes on the rewrite process to advance the incentives and regulations related to sustainable practices to further the City’s sustainability mission. The presentation is the culmination of assessments made through the EPA Green Building Toolkit, consultant review of existing code, and technical staff input. The public is invited and encouraged to attend to contribute to the process to ensure a sustainable future for the City of Dunwoody. The meeting will be streamed and a video posted for members of the public who are unable to attend at the scheduled time

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