The Dunwoody Homeowners Association plans to put together a survey to gauge how its members feel about the city taking on bond debt to fund city parks.

Sen. Fran Millar suggested to City Council members present at the meeting that they create a list of what will be done with the money if the bonds are approved.

“I think you’re going to have a very difficult time selling this until you list the projects and what you’re going to do with the money,” Millar said.

In November, the city of Dunwoody will ask voters if they want to fund up to $33 million on land acquisition and up to $33 million on development and improvement of parks in the city through bonds.