Active volunteer Pam Tallmadge announced June 8 her bid to replace Dunwoody City Councilman Denis Shortal, who represents District 1.
Tallmadge, who is a member of the Dunwoody Homeowners Association, said the community knows her from her history as co-chairman of the Fourth of July parade and chair for Light up Dunwoody. She’s also been part of the United Methodist Church Chancel and Chamber choirs and drama ministries. She’s chair of the Education and Workforce Development Committee for the Dunwoody Chamber of Commerce, treasurer of the Dunwoody High School Community Association Board, a volunteer grant writer for Stage Door Players and she mentors teenagers at Tuesday morning breakfast.
“I believe the city and its citizens are going to face significant growth over the next few years and I would like to be part of the team that brings fresh ideas, based on your input, in managing the growth for the betterment of the city,” Tallmadge said in a press release. “Together, we can continue to have ‘the Dunwoody’ that that we have all come to love and also manage the expected growth that is happening.”