What Would You Tell Dunwoody Mayor Michael Davis?

Dunwoody set to hold the first of four 2014 town hall meetings on Thursday night.

Dunwoody Mayor Michael Davis. Courtesy Mike Davis for Dunwoody Mayor Facebook page
Dunwoody Mayor Michael Davis. Courtesy Mike Davis for Dunwoody Mayor Facebook page
In 2014, the City of Dunwoody will hold a series of four community-focused meetings to bring the conversation to the residents, collect ideas, and empower all citizens to become involved in their local government.

The first of these will take place on Thursday, Feb. 20 as Mayor Michael Davis and City Manager Warren Hutmacher are scheduled to attend to discuss city projects and speak with residents about their concerns.

The free event will take place from 7-9 p.m. at Dunwoody High School, located at 5035 Vermack Road.

See here for more information.

Will you attend, and what would you say to Dunwoody Mayor Michael Davis if you had his listening attention?

Tony Delmichi February 19, 2014 at 01:16 PM
very disappointed.
Tony Delmichi February 19, 2014 at 01:17 PM
very very disappointed.
What goes around comes around February 19, 2014 at 04:19 PM
Tony, there is nothing that anyone could ever do to make you happy. You enjoy criticizing because it makes you feel better about yourself. In typical Save Dunwoody fashion, most of your arguments have no basis in fact or full comprehension of all pertinent information, and are fueled by loads of misplaced anger. Your constant negativity is quite annoying, actually. You care nothing about working cooperatively to achieve goals. Mike Davis is taking our City in a direction that will improve property values and quality of life for all of us, and YES, most of us are happy with the results, not the other way around. I do hope that those who disagree with the trail or the dog park or whatever can behave like ADULTS at this meeting - you wanted it, you got it - let's see how you handle it.
Tony Delmichi February 19, 2014 at 05:33 PM
Last november, there was a local election in Dunwoody. many residents went out to vote after seeing debates and pages of advertisements. 52% of those voters disagreed with you. They did not like the direction Where mr. Mike davis and few dozens of his associates are taking the city of Dunwoody. I was amazed to see back in May 2013 a full page in color with many names endorsing a crown prince running for - an undecided seat at the time - on the city council. The voters said no to a political monopoly. This is what the city of Dunwoody has now for leadership. I am not a member of Save Dunwoody. I am not a member of any group. You seam to claim to know me. I am independent minded resident of Dunwoody. I do not rubber-stamped or give my unquestionable support to any one. Mike Davis know me. I know Mike Davis. I do not have any dogs in Dunwoody. I supported those who wanted to keep the dog park. They are not members save Dunwoody. Perhaps those members of save Dunwoody should work much harder to save Dunwoody from a political monopoly. I can recognize a monopoly when i see one. I see it here in a small and young experiment called Dunwoody. I notice also many residents who started to feel buyer's remorse. I am very very very disappointed. Someone is saying " Help get back Dunwoody.!". I have a question to the writer. Why don't you identify yourself. I hope you are not member of the city staff or paid contractor working for the PR firm.
Capital February 20, 2014 at 03:06 PM
Tony - I assume you are referring to Heyward Wescott as the "Crown Prince". I find it shameful that you would attack him. He ran the very positive and productive campaign. You cannot say the same for the Clean Sweep candidates. Although I did not vote for Jim Riticher, he is my council representative, and I wish him success in representing Dist 2.......I have witnessed Wescott express the same sentiment and class. Perhaps you could learn something from that? You don't have to "go along" with everyone, but you should try and "get along" with people of different opinion.
Tony Delmichi February 21, 2014 at 02:17 PM
I wish all will follow your advise. Getting along with people of deferent opinions.
Arnold T. Pants, Esq. February 28, 2014 at 12:55 PM
Now we know why Tony is SO disappointed. He got caught breaking the law, has the disgruntled ex-city attorney advise him, and is learning that the councilman that he promoted cannot help him. http://www.reporternewspapers.net/2014/02/27/dunwoody-official-fined-city-court-getting-city-permit/


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