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From Beth Nathan via the Civic Association Network listserv: My full notes from last evening's Bond Advisory Committee meeting are below.  I will be posting the January 2014 financial status report on Land Acquisition Fund expenditures & balances on the CAN website in the next couple days.  Here are bullet points on the items I think may be of most interest:  Susan Hood will be leaving her county job at the end of this month.  Dave Butler will take over her role.  Acquisition funds financial reports, like the ones I've been posting, AND Development funds financial reports are due to start being published on the ParksBondGreenspace website by the en
Zip Code: 30319
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Lawyers for the Pink Pony strip club say their fight with the city of Brookhaven is far from over. The club is appealing a DeKalb judge’s recent decision to dismiss its lawsuit against the city. Alan Begner, an attorney representing the Pink Pony, confirmed that the appeal was filed Dec. 27 in the Georgia Supreme […]The post Pink Pony battle versus city continues appeared first on Reporter Newspapers.
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From the Medlock Area Neighborhood Association Neighborhood Watch: Happy New Year!  Attached is the January 2014 Neighborhood Watch E-letter.  There will be a Watch meeting January 30, 2014 so mark your Calendars. Neighborhood Watch Meeting  January 30, 2014, 7:00 pm at North Decatur Presbyterian Church.  Al Fowler and officers from Dekalb will be available to answer your questions. read more
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No major icing reported in metro Atlanta as rain ends and temperatures dropAtlanta Journal ConstitutionReadings at 6 a.m. included 25 in Dallas, 26 in Cartersville, 27 in Dunwoody, Alpharetta and Marietta, and 28 at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. Northwest winds ... The temperature had dropped into the mid-20s, but I-575 and Ga. 515 between ...
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 From state rep. Mary Margaret Oliver: December 20, 2013  –   HAPPY  HOLIDAYS!  This is Mary Margaret Oliver’s FIRST email newsletter for the 2014 General Assembly Session which convenes January 13, 2014.     As part of every newsletter, I ask how you would vote on a pending bill or appropriations issue.   I am very grateful for your thoughtful responses and I personally read all your answers. Thank you for your opinions and guidance!  First newsletter question for 2014 Session:  Would you vote to create additional cities for DeKalb County?read more
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City's convention and visitors agency also offers idea for residentsDunwoody CrierDunwoody tourism may sound like an anomaly to many residents and yet it's true. Tourism in our small community is not only alive, it's a thriving and important part of Dunwoody's economic landscape. As a proud resident of Dunwoody, you know better than ...
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Area athletic directors pushing GHSA to consider Class AAAAA realignmentNews-Daily.comThe Georgia High School Association's re-classification committee announced Monday morning that it would alter its meeting schedule, postponing tomorrow's scheduled committee meeting until Dec. 17, to meet “for the sole purpose of reviewing the region ...and more »
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Sarah Smith Elementary School in Buckhead recently held their fall festival. Peter Wurm, left, assists daughters Sadie and Sofie, right, in building tool boxes. The annual festival attracted over 1,200 attendees.  The post Aprons on! appeared first on Reporter Newspapers.
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