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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

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