Dunwoody Homeowners Association elected two new officers at its annual meeting Jan. 9.
Larry Adams and Stacey Harris became among the six elected members on the influential homeowners association board of directors.
The election of Harris was noteworthy. A nomination committee of the association had not selected Harris as a nominee.
However, after a nomination of Harris from the floor which garnered a second, a full vote among members of the association at the meeting installed Harris as an elected member.
“This will get me a little more involved with the board directly,” said Harris, who is an involved parent at Austin Elementary School.
Bill Robinson, who is involved an advisory committee to select homeowner association nominees as officers, said Harris was the first officer to be elected by a nomination from the floor.
“That’s the first time it’s happened,” he said.
The annual meeting of the homeonwers association included an update from top city officials on everything from finances and economic development to public works and parks.
Dunwoody city council members Adrian Bonser, Doug Thompson, Denis Shortal and Robert Wittenstein were in attendance at the meeting.
State Sen. Fran Millar (R-Dunwoody) and state Rep. Tom Taylor (R-Dunwoody) were also in attendance.