Thursday, March 28, 2013
Take our Patch poll and tell us if you agree with Mayor Mike Davis, who says the city sits at the top of metro Atlanta's economic scene.
Dunwoody Mayor Mike Davis told the Dunwoody Chamber of Commerce this week that the city stands at the pinnacle of metro Atlanta's economic scene. According to the Reporter Newspapers, Davis said, ”We are in the catbird seat right now. We are really in the best place to be right now.” True, Dunwoody has seen a lot of new restaurants and businesses opening up in the city recently. But in 'the catbird seat?' We're not sure. So we want to know what you think. Take our Patch poll and tell us if you agree with Mayor Davis. Is Dunwoody really the top place in Atlanta for new business and economic development? Or are there are some other communities that are equally strong? See Also: Execs: MARTA is 'Secret Weapon' in Bringing Tech Employees to …
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Mayor Mike Davis will make the annual speech at the Crowne Plaza Ravinia Hotel. The event begins at 6 pm.
Monday, February 18, 2013
The event is set to begin at 6 pm on Tuesday night at the Crowne Plaza Ravinia.
Dunwoody Mayor Mike Davis is set to present his annual State of the City address on Tuesday, Feb. 19, at the Crowne Plaza Ravinia Hotel in Dunwoody. Davis said this year's address will focus on new goals and opportunities for the city in 2013. “In 2012 we were actively engaged in the enhancement of our community’s basic needs for public safety and transportation accessibility,” he said. “Our successes over the past year include improvements to our roads and traffic, upgrades of our park amenities, growth of new and existing commercial business and the financial health of our city’s resources. "Our vision for the future is to implement the plans and ideas of our community and help Dunwoody become an even better place to live, work and …
Wednesday, October 24, 2012
A former Supreme Court Justice is looking to mediate a dispute that Mayor Mike Davis asked Councilwoman Adrian Bonser to step down, while she faces charges she leaked privileged information.
What began as probably the most public brawl in Dunwoody's short history could be solved behind the closed doors of the conference rooms of Dunwoody's inauspicious City Hall. In case you've been under a rock, Councilwoman Adrian Bonser has been very publically defending herself since the spring from charges that she leaked confidential city information related to the city's largest redevelopment project to date - "Project Renaissance." The 35-acre project could be a signature redevelopment on the city's eastern gateway. Bonser was accused of talking about the project because she wanted to help undermine it, according to a May independent investigation commissioned by the city. Fast forward to now. Every single city council member has had …
Friday, June 10, 2011
Says bond issues shows lack of fiscal restraint, gets away from city's original intent
Mike Davis is running for mayor on a platform of fiscal responsibility. The most recent addition the city’s mayoral race (Bob Dallas entered earlier this week, James Sibold has launched an exploratory committee) said he decided to start a campaign after watching the push for a local bond referendum to support both the transportation and parks master plans. “The reality is that I was one of the guys who was deeply involved with getting the city off the ground in the first place,” he said. “I don’t want to see our dream ruined.” He said he’s seen politicians on all levels, from cities to national office, dig deeper into debt. “They’re all in trouble. Why? Because they borrow money,” he said. “I don’t want to see that happen here. Somebody’s …