Thursday, February 4, 2016

City of Dunwoody to hold strategic planning retreat this afternoon & all day tomorrow.


I don't have the complete list of topics but I am looking forward to the discussions, that being said, calling a 12 hour meeting a "retreat" is just wrong.  This is open to the public, please join me.

Saturday, January 30, 2016

Annual Dunwoody Homeowners Association Meeting is Sunday at Kingsley Swim 4 pm


Please join your community for the Dunwoody Homeowners Association annual meeting this Sunday, January 31st at 4:00pm at the Kingsley Racquet and Swim Club at 2325 N. Peachtree Way, Dunwoody, GA  30338.

Sunday, January 24, 2016

Congressman Tom Price to speak at DHA annual meeting on Jan 31 & DeKalb School Superintendent to address Dunwoody community on Feb 9th.


Dunwoody Residents,

The Dunwoody Homeowners Association has arranged two speakers to share their thoughts with Dunwoody residents.

On Sunday, January 31st, Congressman Tom Price will speak at the DHA’s annual meeting at 4:00pm at the Kingsley Racquet and Swim Club at 2325 N. Peachtree Way.

On Tuesday, February 9th Dr. R. Stephen Green, Superintendent of DeKalb County School System, will speak at 5:30 p.m. at Dunwoody High School.

Both events are open to the public.  Please mark these events on your calendar and plan to attend.

Dunwoody Homeowners Association

Bike Walk Dunwoody Winter Social / Meeting on Tuesday 6:30 @ Dunwoody Nature Center

Winter Social - Meeting 1-26-16

Socialize with your friends & neighbors. Learn about upcoming projects in Dunwoody that support human-powered movement. Provide input and collaborate on our 2016 initiatives.
  • Appetizers: Thanks to Village Burger, Alon’s and Corner Bakery, we’ll have appetizers to share.
  • Beverages: BYO
  • Social / Mixer: 6:30 pm until 7 pm-ish
  • Meeting thereafter
  • Free Bike Walk Dunwoody T-Shirts (while supplies last)
T-Shirt
Our Social/Meeting is open to the public. Please invite your friends & neighbors.

Meeting Topics include:

Public Works Projects Update by Mindy Sanders, Capital Projects Manager: Sidewalks, Bike Lanes, Trails. Budgeted & approved and potential in 2017 and beyond. (Confirmed)
Perimeter Community Improvement District Trail Plan Update (Invited)
Safe Routes to School – Partnering with our K-12 schools. Encouraging and supporting these efforts.
Monthly Community Bike Ride – Starting back up in March. Efforts to increase awareness & participation.
Fundraising for Bike Repair Station – Bike Walk Dunwoody is raising funds to have a bike repair station installed at the trailhead at Brook Run Park.

Thanks to our sponsors:

Village Burger Logo Vertical       Alons-6    Corner-Bakery-Cafe-National-Logo
Nature Center

Friday, January 22, 2016

Dunwoody City Council Agenda for Monday Jan 25th at 6 pm

Monday, January 25, 2016
Dunwoody City Hall

41 Perimeter Center East
Dunwoody, GA 30346

6 pm Agenda

Administer Oath of Office to New Officers Justin Hensal, Michael Vermillion and Guinevere
Wiencek

Consideration of Pole Attachment Agreement with Crown Castle.

Consideration of Pole Attachment Agreement with Mobilitie.

Approval of Financing and Participation in DeKalb Municipal Association.

A cooperative city strategy when working with DeKalb County is in our best interest especially when there are ongoing issues that affect all residents of Dunwoody therefore I am in favor of continuing our partnership with the DeKalb Municipal Association.

Dunwoody Town Hall Video courtesy of the Periscope app on my phone.

https://www.periscope.tv/w/1ZkJzazQWBrGv


Above is a video of the second half of the town hall meeting hosted by Dunwoody Mayor Denis Shortal.

While attending the town hall and sitting in the front row recording the meeting in the usual fashion, I decided that shooting several hours of video to be converted to a YouTube format and uploaded to the web was going to take quite a bit of time so I decided to switch over to Periscope which is a video service offered by Twitter.   At the start of the parks discussion, Periscope went live and my 2,000 twitter followers were notified that I was streaming.  Within seconds I had 10 people watching online and people were commenting on the content so I stuck with it for the next hour.   It seemed to work well except for my jerky camera moves and getting caught by my viewers for attempting to prompt the mayor on a topic but over all it turned out well as I was lucky that I had a good internet signal.

The schools will be on a shortened schedule so enjoy the long weekend and as there was a protracted discussion at the town hall on the subject, one resident would like me to remind you to please remember to keep your cats inside - at all times.