Dunwoody's fledgling government is getting some help from the governor's office. Gov. Sonny Perdue on Thursday appointed five individuals to assist the new city as it prepares to operate independently of DeKalb County. The group, which includes three local civic activists and two representatives of the business community, has no authority to take any binding action on behalf of the city. But, according to member Brian Anderson, the group hopes "to lay the groundwork" for the first City Council and mayor, to be elected Sept. 16.
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