Two members of the Dunwoody Planning Commission have given up posts with the Dunwoody Homeowners Association to avoid potential conflicts of interest.
DHA vice president Heyward Wescott announced his resignation from the DHA board during its June 1 meeting. Secretary Bill Grossman announced his resignation from the executive committee during the same meeting.
“I found it difficult to wear both hats when I was president of the DHA [and a planning commissioner],” Grossman told the DHA board. “I felt it was simpler if I dropped off the executive board.”
Wescott said he thought holding office in the DHA could create a conflict because the organization’s board takes positions on matters considered by the planning commission.
Three remaining executive committee members chose Rick Callihan and Lindsay Ballow as new members of the committee.

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