Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Dunwoody Update: Town Hall, Shred Day, Paving

1. Town Hall Meeting … The first of the series of Town Hall meetings will be tomorrow night (Wed APR 29th) at the Georgia Perimeter College (GPC) Auditorium from 6 - 8 PM. Mayor Davis and new City Manager Eric Linton will conduct the meeting. There will be three more Town Hall meetings this year. These meetings will be held in each of our three Districts and will be hosted by your two council members from the respective District. Dates, times and locations of those meeting will be announced later.

2. Community Shred Day … This Saturday, May 2nd, from 9 AM  to 12 PM at Harry Norman Realtors, 4848 Ashford Dunwoody Rd there will be a shredding event. The event is free. Our thanks to the sponsors … the folks at Harry Norman Realtors and the ladies of the Dunwoody Women’s Club for their great community service. Some details … you can leave staples in, no hard drives, no 3 ring binders, you can watch your stuff be shredded, limits of 5 boxes / household and you must stay with your items at all times.

3. Paving 2015 … Paving is a good thing! At last night’s city council we approved the 2015 street paving list. Allied Paving was the low bid at $1,420,615. By law, unless there are some very unusual circumstances, we are required to take the low bid. Allied did the initial paving in the city and also did the DV Parkway last year. Except for the two streets listed for “crack sealing” all the streets on the list are slated to be paved this year, including the supplemental streets. The supplemental streets are all low rated streets taken in order by year off future year’s paving list. Our efforts is to get started on this paving NLT the end of this school year. Mt Vernon Rd is also slated to be paved this year, after the water pipe installation, and it is on a separate bid. Pls remember that during paving … patience will be required by all of us. About the July timeframe we are going to revisit our budget and if extra funds are available we are going to try to pave additional streets this year. Below is a list of the streets to be paved …