Saturday, April 20, 2013
The DHA has voted unanimously to support the idea.
The Dunwoody Homeowners Association is supporting the idea of bringing food trucks to Brook Run Park. The Reporter Newspapers also said the organization's board of directors has voted unanimously to back the proposal. The proposal now goes to Dunwoody City Council for consideration. "Food Truck Thursdays at Brook Run Park" was presented to the Dunwoody Homeowners Association last weekend. Heneghan's Dunwoody Blog reported that Bettie Cagle of Redbird Events presented the idea to the group. Cagle has experience doing Food Truck events including Smyrna Food Truck Tuesdays & Virginia Highlands Food Truck Wednesdays and proposed a Dunwoody Food Truck Thursdays at Brook Run Park to run over a 12-week period from 6 to 9 pm this summer. The …
Monday, April 15, 2013
The DHA heard updates for the new $25 million hotel during its Sunday night meeting.
The Dunwoody Homeowners Association heard an update to plans for a new $25 million hotel and retail center during its meeting on Sunday night, April 14. Heneghan's Dunwoody Blog said the Dunwoody Planning Commission will be hearing this item on April 24. Den Webb of Smith, Gambrell & Russell presented to the Dunwoody Homeowners Association on behalf of the hotel developer Don Boyken. Bob Lundsten, who also attended, has detailed his objections on his Dunwoody Farmer Bob Blog. Last month, the Dunwoody Community Council approved the plan to build the complext at the corner of Ashford Dunwoody Road and Perimeter Center North. See Also: Is A New Hotel in Dunwoody's Future?
Tuesday, March 12, 2013
DeKalb's interim school superintendent met with the Dunwoody Homeowners Association on Sunday night.
DeKalb Interim School Superintendent Michael Thurmond told the Dunwoody Homeowners Association that the system will do whatever it takes to maintain its accreditation. Thurmond met with about 100 parents and Dunwoody officials on Sunday night. The meeting was held at the Kingsley Racquet & Swim Club, according to the Reporter Newspapers. Thurmond was originally set to appear before the association's board of directors last weekend, but travel plans conflicted with his scheduled appearance. After a 14-plus-hour meeting last month, the State Board of Education voted to recommend that Deal remove six members of the DeKalb school board. Follow Patch's Extensive Coverage of the DeKalb School Board: Bob Dallas Among Those Volunteering for …
Sunday, March 10, 2013
Interim Superintendent Michael Thurmond will speak at a Dunwoody Homeowners Association event at 7:30 pm Sunday night.
Friday, March 8, 2013
The interim DeKalb schools superintendent has rescheduled last weekend's appearance to March 10 at 7:30 pm.
DeKalb Interim Schools Superintendent Michael Thurmond is holding a public meeting in Dunwoody on Sunday, March 10, at 7:30 pm. The meeting is being hosted by the Dunwoody Homeowners Association and will be held at the Kingsley Racquet and Swim Club, 2325 N. Peachtree Way. Thurmond was originally set to appear before the association's board of directors last weekend, but travel plans conflicted with his scheduled appearance. See Also: Bob Dallas Among Those Volunteering for DeKalb School Board Dunwoody's Nancy Jester Resigns from DeKalb School Board Federal Judge Denies Motion by DeKalb School Board Members New Schools Could Form Their Own Local School Systems Under Proposed Law State Rep. Taylor Talks About a Dunwoody School System Gov. …
Sunday, March 3, 2013
Interim School Superintendent Michael Thurmond is set to speak before the organization's board of directors.
Friday, March 1, 2013
Michael Thurmond is tentatively set to speak at the DHA's board meeting Sunday night.
Schools will be a major topic for this Sunday night's board meeting of the Dunwoody Homeowners Association. DeKalb Interim School Superintendent Michael Thurmond is tentatively set to address the board during its meeting at 7:30 pm at the DeKalb Cultural Arts Center. Also on the agenda is a discussion of state Rep. Tom Taylor's bill to allow newly incorporated cities to form their own independent school systems. Other items on the agenda include: See Also: New Schools Could Form Their Own Local School Systems Under Proposed Law State Rep. Taylor Talks About a Dunwoody School System Gov. Deal Suspends Six DeKalb School Board Members Judge Grants Restraining Order Against Suspension of DeKalb School Board School Board Files Emergency Motion…
Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Take our Patch poll and tell us if you're in favor of state Rep. Tom Taylor's plans.
Acknowledging the long odds against him, state Rep. Tom Taylor plans to introduce a bill in the General Assembly that would create a Dunwoody school system. Talyor announced his plans this past Sunday night at a meeting of the Dunwoody Homeowners Association board of directors, according to the Reporter Newspapers. Taylor said the proposal faces "a huge uphill battle" because it calls for an amendment to Georgia's constitution. His proposal would call for an amendment to the state Constitution, he said, and would be voted on during next year's legislative session. If approved, the public would vote on the referendum later in the year. Would you support a Dunwoody school system? Take our Patch poll and share your thoughts in our Comments …
Friday, February 8, 2013
The board of directors of the Dunwoody Homeowners Association is set to meet Sunday night.
Republican lawmakers Fran Millar and Tom Taylor are set to speak at Sunday night's meeting of the Dunwoody Homeowners Association board of directors. State Sen. Millar and state Rep. Taylor are scheduled to provide a legislative session update to the group, which will meet at 7 pm in room 4 of the DeKalb Cultural Arts Center, 5339 Chamblee-Dunwoody Road. Also on the agenda is an update from Community Development Director Steve Dush on the city's current efforts to rewrite its zoning code. Other items include an update on the Adopt-a-Spot program, and the Dunwoody Preservations Trust's Lemonade Days sponsorship.
Monday, January 21, 2013
The leadership was elected on Jan. 6.
The Dunwoody Homeowners Association elected new officers at its Jan. 6 meeting. According to the Reporter Newspapers, Stacey Harris was elected president for 2013. She is the fourth woman to serve as DHA president and the first in more than 20 years. The executive committee also elected Heyward Wescott to serve as vice president, Joe Tuttle to serve as treasurer and past president Bill Grossman to serve as secretary.