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Dunwoody Nature Center requests $200K more for new pavilion

Dunwoody Nature Center requests $200K more for new pavilion

The Dunwoody Nature Center is asking the City Council for another $200,000 for construction of a pavilion in Dunwoody Park after construction estimates came in much higher than expected. That’s…

Brookhaven denies proposed Johnson Ferry townhome development

Brookhaven denies proposed Johnson Ferry townhome development

The Brookhaven City Council voted unanimously Aug. 22 to deny a developer’s request to build 17 townhomes on Johnson Ferry Road near Pill Hill because the proposed development does not…

Incumbents face challengers in Dunwoody City Council race

Incumbents face challengers in Dunwoody City Council race

Two Dunwoody City Council incumbents seeking re-election face opposition in the Nov. 7 election. Jim Riticher, the incumbent from District/Post 2, qualified Aug. 22 and faces challenger Robert “Bobby” Zuckman,…

Sandy Springs City Council District 4 race becomes competitive

Sandy Springs City Council District 4 race becomes competitive

At least two candidates will compete for the open Sandy Springs City Council District 4 seat on Nov. 7. On the second day of candidate filings, previously announced contender Jody…

Brook Run fields a top priority in Dunwoody parks master plan

Brook Run fields a top priority in Dunwoody parks master plan

The first thing the City Council wants to see implemented as part of the new parks master plan is the construction of two rectangular multi-use fields in the back acreage…

Forced out by redevelopment, Park Villa tenants make their moves

Forced out by redevelopment, Park Villa tenants make their moves

The young men grunted as they maneuvered a large armoire down the narrow staircase from Apartment F-3 to the lot below. There, a U-Haul truck was parked, surrounded by liquor…

Eclipse draws hundreds of local viewers

Eclipse draws hundreds of local viewers

A partial solar eclipse drew hundreds of local viewers to parks, schoolyards and even a city hall to on Aug. 21 to witness a phenomenon rarely visible in metro Atlanta.…

Candidates begin qualifying for Dunwoody City Council race

Candidates begin qualifying for Dunwoody City Council race

City Councilmember Pam Tallmadge and resident Robert Zuckman qualified on Aug. 21 for the City Council election in November. Tallmadge is running for re-election of her Post/District 1 seat. Zuckman…

Paul and Bauman first to file for Sandy Springs city election

Paul and Bauman first to file for Sandy Springs city election

Mayor Rusty Paul and District 6 City Councilmember Andy Bauman are officially running to retain their offices, as they became the first candidates to file for the Nov. 7 Sandy…

Peachtree Creek Greenway work could begin early next year

Peachtree Creek Greenway work could begin early next year

Design of the first phase of Brookhaven’s Peachtree Creek Greenway is 30 percent complete with the possibility of the project going out to bid by the end of this year…

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