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The Dunwoody City Council on Dec. 14 voted to approve the purchase of 1.6 acres of property for $375,000.

The property is located on three parcels of land at 50 Perimeter Center East and one parcel of land at 185 Perimeter Center West. The city already owns property that directly abuts this wooded area.

This acquisition will add to the property and increase the options for future park use and amenities, Parks Director Brent Walker said.

Councilman John Heneghan said the land should be tied into the multi-use trail being constructed as part of the town home development directly to the south.

One reply on “Dunwoody City Council votes to buy land for park expansion plan”

  1. Good job council members. Hopefully this will allow a full path from brook run park to perimeter center. Also, chamblee has in the works a multi use trail running along Nancy creek. This acquistion might allow for a connection in the future as well. Thanks again!

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