City Councilmember Pam Tallmadge and resident Robert Zuckman qualified on Aug. 21 for the City Council election in November.

Tallmadge is running for re-election of her Post/District 1 seat. Zuckman is running for the Post/District 2 held by Jim Riticher. Riticher and Tallmadge recently announced they were seeking re-election.

Joe Hirsch has also announced his is running against Tallmadge and Tom Lambert has announced he is running for Post/District 3, the seat held currently by Doug Thompson. Thompson announced earlier this year he was not seeking re-election.

Qualifying runs through Aug. 23. The council election is scheduled for Nov. 7.

One reply on “Candidates begin qualifying for Dunwoody City Council race”

  1. Jim Riticher brings a valuable set of talents to City Council. His professional background allows him to review building plans and make knowledgeable recommendations on them.

    As well, Jim appears to be a work horse and not a show horse; he rolls up his sleeves and gets in there on the tough decisions.

    He has earned my vote and I encourage my neighbors to choose carefully.

    Doug Thompson has lent his viewpoints as a practicing attorney making decision that fairly support the rights of property owners. Doug works tirelessly to improve District 3 with the Winters Chapel initiatives. Thank you for your service, Doug!

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