Dunwoody city officials have scheduled a Town Hall meeting on Thursday, Jan. 21, to hear residents’ concerns about the city. The meeting is set from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Social Hall at All Saints Catholic Church, 2443 Mount Vernon Road.

New Dunwoody Mayor Denis Shortal is the featured speaker.

Joe Earle

Joe Earle is Editor-at-Large. He has more than 30-years of experience with daily newspapers, including the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was Managing Editor of Reporter Newspapers.

3 replies on “Dunwoody sets town hall for Jan. 21”

  1. Question for New Mayor ?
    What are the plans for the City in the way of
    controlling the water Run off of our property .
    Erosion of our creek banks is a major problem.
    Effecting property values…..

    The County created the problem
    And now the City of Dunwoody needs to Address it.

    Also speeding on our streets ..

  2. With the growing size of Ga. State College
    There are more cars than ever. Drivers are now taking to driving through our neighborhoods . Because Tilly Mill has too much traffic on them.
    Those of us who live in the Area are prisoners
    of the streets and speeding through the neighborhoods has gotten worse.
    The police did nothing until after the college was out for Holiday break. Now that classes are back in. The streets are dangerous . Especially during the Hrs. before and after school.
    Drive through the Dunwoody are and see all the Street signs asking drivers to slow down.

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