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Dunwoody City Council votes for ‘quality’ and ‘stability’ in its building code

Dunwoody City Council votes for ‘quality’ and ‘stability’ in its building code

      City Councilman Terry Nall opened a council discussion about amending building codes Dec. 8 by showing images of Los Angeles fires from that day’s TV news.  …

As Dunwoody turns 5 this year, commission will review city’s charter

Local officials soon will name a five-member commission to review Dunwoody’s charter as the city approaches its fifth birthday. The review commission, required by the charter, can recommend charter changes…

Dunwoody adds streets to sidewalk plan

Dunwoody city officials have added segments of eight streets to the city’s sidewalk construction list. City Council on April 1 unanimously approved a plan to add segments of Peeler Road,…

Dunwoody adds streets to sidewalk plan

Dunwoody city officials have added segments of eight streets to the city’s sidewalk construction list. City Council on April 1 unanimously approved a plan to add segments of Peeler Road,…

Dunwoody council approves raises for city manager, clerk

Dunwoody City Council has approved merit raises for City Manager Warren Hutmacher and City Clerk Sharon Lowery. Hutmacher’s salary was raised 4 percent to $166,226 and he was granted 20…

Dunwoody city officials hold off on summer concerts, but DHA taking a look

Dunwoody City Council this week decided to hold off sponsoring a summer series of concerts in Brook Run Park, but the Dunwoody Homeowners Association is to decide whether to go…

Dunwoody Mayor predicts busy year in State of City speech

Mayor Mike Davis said the city is ready to build on the work of previous four years. Davis on Feb. 19 delivered his State of the City address to more…

City sets fines for ‘excessive’ false alarms

Dunwoody homeowners and businesses must register their burglar alarms with the city and pay fines after two false alarms under a new ordinance adopted recently by City Council. The proposal…

City adopts moratorium on new ethics complaints

Dunwoody City Council has imposed a 90-day moratorium on ethics complaints while officials rewrite the city’s ethics ordinance. After ethics complaints divided the council last year, council members have decided…

Dunwoody invites public to planning, zoning code rewrite

Residents are invited to participate in a Jan. 24 meeting to discuss revisions to its planning and zoning regulations. The meeting begins at 7 p.m. in the Dunwoody City Council…

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