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Brook Run dog park redesign in the works

The saga of the Brook Run dog park continues. Originally due to be voted on June 24–will it stay or will it go?–the location of the dog park at Brook Run Park in Dunwoody is still under discussion. “We haven’t made any determination of where the park is going to go,” said Brent Walker, parks … Continue reading

Code enforcement officer goes the distance

Tom LaPenna, a Dunwoody code compliance officer, said he was just doing his job when he drove to Savannah, citation in hand, for an unresponsive homeowner whose property was deteriorating.After moving to Dunwoody, LaPenna left his previous line of work in building inspection and applied on advice from an acquaintance for the new code enforcement … Continue reading

Brook Run Dog Park location again up for debate

Brook Run Dog Park in Dunwoody is under fire again from park neighbors and city councilmembers who want it moved. Citing environmental damage and noise concerns, those opposed to the current dog park location wish to have it moved to another part of the park. Supporters expressed their love of the community and the dog … Continue reading

Additional details emerge about proposed park amenities in Dunwoody

At a the District 3 Citizen Connection Meeting May 29, hosted at the Dunwoody North Driving Club, Dunwoody City councilmen Doug Thompson and John Heneghan answered questions about Dunwoody’s future plans. As has been the case lately, many questions were about proposed parks and road improvements in the area.  Pernoshal Park The final park in … Continue reading

Dunwoody Art Festival celebrates five years of whimsy

It has been a year of fifths for Dunwoody, one of DeKalb’s newest cities. The fifth annual Dunwoody Art Festival ran May 10-11 during a weekend of intermittent drizzle and low-level clouds. The festival, always hosted on Mother’s Day weekend, was nonetheless a celebration of all things quirky and colorful. “I personally think the Mother’s … Continue reading

Dunwoody City Council Meeting recap

As Dunwoody matures, it’s still living with the growing pains of establishing itself as a new city and all that it brings, including zoning ordinances, a 911 center and private-public partnerships. Here are some of the highlights from the May 12 meeting. • Dunwoody will select the firm to conduct the search for its new … Continue reading

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