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Dunwoody City Council Defers Contract Award for Brook Run Dog Park

Laine Sweezey, President of Brook Run Dog Park Association, which is opposed to moving the dog park, called the deferral a reprieve rather than a win.

Courtesy Brook Run Dog Park Facebook page
Courtesy Brook Run Dog Park Facebook page
A crowd filled Dunwoody City Council chambers, Monday night, to learn what the next steps would be for the relocation of Brook Run Dog Park.

Council decided to defer the award of the contract to Old Mountain contracting company for $290,983. 

Laine Sweezey, President of Brook Run Dog Park Association, which is opposed to moving the dog park, called the deferral a reprieve rather than a win. "But it gives us the chance to work with the city for our dog park," said Sweezey, in an email.

So far, Dunwoody has allocated $195,000 for relocation of the dog park. Old Mountain was one of seven companies that responded to an Invitation to Bid from the city. They submitted the lowest bid at $290.983. 

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