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On February 9, the Dunwoody Homeowners Association held a public board meeting in part to discuss the proposed updates to Dunwoody Village zoning and usage. Numerous residents from the adjacent neighborhoods of The Branches and Vernon Oaks shared their perspectives on how these proposed updates will impact their lives and homes. The meeting was recorded and live streamed via Facebook and the details of these comments may be viewed at that location.

At the board’s session after the public meeting, the board considered the proposed changes and the citizen’s comments and voted unanimously (with one abstention) to endorse a 100-foot buffer between the Village commercial properties and the homeowners’ lots in the Branches; 50 feet of undisturbed forested land adjacent to the homeowners and 50 feet of transitional landscaping on the commercial side.

On the subject of residential units, either permitted by right or via SLUP, the board voted against allowing residential units in the plan. Wh…
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February Board Meeting Examines Village Updates and Impact on Homes

DHA board meetings are open to the public and live-streamed on Facebook.
This month, the DHA will host a discussion from residents regarding their concerns over the proposed updates to the Dunwoody Village overlay and how to mitigate negative impacts on adjacent neighborhoods.
All are welcome to bring their perspectives to the discussion.

Sunday, February 9, 2020
7:30 PM
Shallowford Annex, Room 2
4470 North Shallowford Road

More information about the Dunwoody Village Overlay Updates

DHA Turns 50 with the Annual Meeting

Thank you everyone for your support of DHA and our advocacy for the community.
Thanks especially to our speakers on Sunday:
Sally Harrell
Anne Hanlon
Sheriff Maddox
Michael Cown
Educate Dunwoody - Michelle Fincher,  Leah Marques, Despina Lamas

It is always a privilege to shine a light on the citizens who make the choice in their everyday lives to benefit their surrounding community in some way.

The 1st Dick Williams Citizenship Award goes to Bill Robinson

The Community Service Award was presented to Michlle Fincher, Leah Marques, and Despina Lamas of Educate Dunwoody

Your 2020 Executive Board members:

Adrienne Duncan - President (3rd and final year due to term limits)
Su Ellis - Vice President
John Sparks - Treasurer
Debbie Montgomery - Secretary
Bill Grossman & Gerri Penn - At Large

We also revealed a brand new, state of the art website at
Content is being migrated from the previous site and new interactive membership features will go online in the near future…

GDOT Releases a Video Rendering of Toll Lanes Over Dunwoody Neighborhoods

For years, Dunwoody has been telling GDOT and anyone else who would listen under the Gold Dome that paving 285 isn't alleviating congestion and it's time to invest more into rail and other alternatives.  They're going to pave anyway and there is a significant negative impact projected for Dunwoody, Sandy Springs, Brookhaven, Chamblee, and Doraville.

From the Dunwoody Reporter Newspaper:

DHA meeting from February 2019
First 80 minutes.  More is available on the DHA Facebook page.

GDOT will give two updates in Dunwoody on Tuesday, January 28 at St Luke's.

Three Gold Dome Bills Dunwoody Homeowners Should Be Concerned About

The Georgia legislative session begins today, January 13, 2020.

Within the wide range of bills being promoted are three that, if passed, will take large bites out of Dunwoody's budget and force taxes to be raised on Dunwoody homeowners.

HB 411 Sponsored by:  Brett Harrell (House District 106 - Snellville)
This bill would require that all services paid with local taxes be billed individually.  In Dunwoody, that would mean that water, sewer, sanitation - county services, etc would all require separate bills to be mailed to each homeowner.
It sounds innocuous but according to past Fianancial Director Chris Pike, the administration and printing and mailing costs would result in an additional $350,000 cost to the City of Dunwoody per year.   
HB 244 Sponsored by: Mary Margaret Oliver (House District 82 - Decatur)

This bill has been through several sessions and was stopped year after year by past Dunwoody legislators.
This bill will tax incorporated cities in DeKalb county in order to pay…

Dunwoody High School Baseball Celebrates Grand Opening of New Field with Ribbon Cutting, Scrimmage and Fundraiser

Members of the community are invited to attend the scrimmage and Marlow’s Tavern Fundraiser on January 25, 2020.

Dunwoody, GA – January 6, 2020 - Baseball season is right around the corner and we can’t wait to play on our new field! As some may recall, last season we were unable to play any home games on the Dunwoody High School baseball field due to unsafe playing conditions. In addition to the visible surface issues, it was discovered that a large drainpipe running across the outfield was severely damaged.

Thanks to our friends at Dunwoody Senior Baseball we rescheduled and played most of our home games at the Brook Run Park baseball fields.

The Dunwoody High School staff and the Dunwoody Diamond Club began collaborating with the Dekalb County School System to explore remedies for restoring the DHS field to acceptable playing conditions and get our games back on campus. This collaboration began in March and many options were considered. Through exploration and constructive …

Coffee With Clergy - January 13

Start the new year with a thoughtful and open discussion with representatives of Dunwoody's faith community.
Crema Espresso Gourmet 2458 Mt Vernon Road, Dunwoody 9 - 11 AM Admittance is free; food and drink for purchase
Sponsored by the Marcus JCC