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DHA Statement on Pending Lawsuits vs the City

On Sunday, July 12, the majority of a board quorum voted to issue the following statement on pending lawsuits and the alleged actions that inspired them:

With the current lawsuits filed and pending against the City of Dunwoody, the long-standing expectations of transparency and accountability are in question.

The DHA encourages the city to bring in a third-party specialist at the earliest possible opportunity to perform an independent investigation into issues identified within city government at all levels.  This investigation should examine the handling of any complaints of inappropriate behavior by senior management, human resources, the legal department and our elected officials. 

The goal is to improve the trust in our government, including the law enforcement team, through transparency and by implementing any recommendations that are incorporated into the independent investigation.  


--Board of Directors

Dunwoody Homeowners Association

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