LIVE: Dunwoody Elections Coverage

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Today is election day. We'll have live coverage throughout the day of local and county-wide elections.

In Dunwoody, the .

The ballot will also include two local parks bonds worth $33 million each, one for land acquisition and another for parks improvements. , on the city's ability to use state-granted redevelopment powers and a county-wide vote on the penny sales tax SPLOST funds, which would help fund projects throughout the DeKalb County School district.

To find out where you should vote, head to the Georgia Secretary of State's web site.

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Anne November 09, 2011 at 03:16 AM
Looks like SPLOST may pass and we will get a new 900 seat Austin Elementary!
Adrianne Murchison November 09, 2011 at 05:06 AM
Great job, Peter!
Lindsay Ballow November 09, 2011 at 01:27 PM
And you too Adrianne!!
lbauman November 09, 2011 at 02:37 PM
Anne what are you talking about - a 900 seat Austin Elementary? Where are you going to put a 900 seat school by I285, as has been discussed, sure will not be called Austin Elementary! Hopefully they will build us a 600 seat (like Smokerise) Austin Elementary on the current site.
Lori Karnutal November 09, 2011 at 02:51 PM
lbauman, The county 's 2020 Vision plan utilizes a larger elementary school format ( 900+ students). Larger schools are able to maximize state funding and help reduce the amount of local funding needed to provide services. Our Board Rep, Nancy Jester, has stated that Dunwoody needs more seats. I really don't think Austin will or can be rebuilt at 600 seats.


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