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Welcome to the Council A Walk in the Parks Mastering the Art of Green

Happy 4th of July!

Solution to Stormwater Pollution Is Your Abode up to Code? Independence Day Parade Fireworks Safety Master Plan Buckle Up in Your Truck Dunwoody PD News Congrats 2010 Dunwoody Grads! City Calender & Events City of Dunwoody 41 Perimeter Center East, Suite 250 Dunwoody, GA 30346 678-382-6700 Main Office

It is time to salute America! Find your best red, white

and blue dress and join 30,000 of your Dunwoody friends and neighbors for the annual Dunwoody Fourth of July Parade. On Monday, July 5, 2009 at 9:30 a.m. grab your favorite piece of curb and enjoy the parade featuring marching bands, floats, clowns, animal units and local celebrities. Last year the parade attracted over 2,000 participants and 30,000 spectators. Story continued on page 8.

City Contact Numbers
41 Perimeter Center East, Suite 250 Dunwoody, GA 30346 678-382-6700 Main Office

City of Dunwoody

Dunwoody Elected Officials

Finance and Administration (678) 382-6750
• • • • • • Finance and Accounting Contract Administration and Purchasing Administrative and Facility Services Information Technology Business Licences Marketing and Public Relations

Ken Wright Mayor

Community Development (678) 382-6800
• Building and Permitting • Code Enforcement • Planning and Zoning

Denis Shortal City Council Post 1

Adrian Bonser City Council Post 2

Public Works (678) 382-6850
• • • • Transportation, Streets and Traffic General Services Capital Planning Stormwater

Robert Wittenstein City Council Post 4

Danny Ross City Council Post 5

John Heneghan City Council Post 6

Dunwoody Appointed Officials

Parks and Recreation (678) 382-6850
• Parks and Recreation Maintenance • Park Facility Rentals

Dunwoody Police Department (678) 382-6900
About the City of Dunwoody, Georgia:

Warren Hutmacher City Manager

Sharon Lowery City Clerk

Brian Anderson City Attorney

Dunwoody is a city located in metro Atlanta, in northern DeKalb County, Georgia. Dunwoody officially incorporated as a city on December 1, 2008. The City of Dunwoody will provide quality service to its citizens and support the largest economic engine in the Southeast by planning in a careful and thoughtful manner. The City of Dunwoody will be inventive, transparent and embrace responsible progress, tempered by the city’s rich history and strong desire to maintain a close and vibrant community atmosphere that values family life and the entrepreneurial spirit. The City of Dunwoody will continue to support and nurture a community dedicated to the preservation of family, education, religious institutions, and the environment.

City of Dunwoody’s Newest Council Member


n April, Councilman Tom Taylor announced he would be moving on from the Dunwoody City Council and running for the Georgia House of representatives. At that time, the Council announced a special election would be held to fill the Council seat on July 20th. Doug Thompson, a longtime Dunwoody resident and business owner, knew he was the man for the job. As the only candidate to qualify for the election, the City canceled the July election and the City council now prepares to seat Councilman Thompson at the July 26th City Council meeting. Doug graduated from the University of Tennessee (UT), Knoxville in 1985 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, majoring in Accounting. Driven by a passion for education he went on to pursue a law degree from UT, graduating in 1988. While still attending law school, Doug was able to pass the Bar exam in both Georgia and West Virginia. Soon after graduation Doug moved to Atlanta to work with the international accounting firm of Ernst and Young. In 1990, Doug passed the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) exam and made the decision to start his own law firm. He had an office in downtown Atlanta until 1998 when he moved the business to Dunwoody. This gave him the opportunity to work closer to home, spend more time volunteering at his daughter’s school, and have more quality family time. Doug has been involved in many community activities including volunteer work at Scottish Rite Children’s Hospital (now known as Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta). He also enjoys outdoor activities and spends many hours in Dunwoody training for the triathlon competitions. Whether climbing mountains, competing in triathlons, running his own law firm, or driving carpool, Doug Thompson is dedicated to serving the City of Dunwoody as a member of the City Council.

Left to Right: Doug Thompson, Kenzie thompson, Terri Thompson

A Walk in the Parks


n May 7, 2010, Governor Perdue signed House Bill 203 into law. This legislation allowed the City of Dunwoody to acquire all rights and titles over the parks and fire stations located within our city for $100.00 per acre of parkland and $5,000 for each fire station whose coverage area is wholly within the City. The City of Dunwoody has officially purchased eight properties. 1. 2. 3. 4. Brook Run Park Dunwoody Nature Center Dunwoody Park Windwood Hollow Park 5. 6. 7. 8. Vernon Springs Park Perimeter Center East Park Donaldson Bannister Farm Fire Station No. 12

On Monday, June 21, 2010, the City of Dunwoody celebrated this transfer of properties with a parks tour, new temporary signage for each park, and a news conference at Brook Run Park to commemorate the transition. For each of these parks, Monday, June 21, 2010, also marked the beginning of Dunwoody taking care of the operations and maintenance for each park property. The City’s first and foremost priority is the safety and security of the parks. The City also intends to purchase the North DeKalb Cultural Arts Center. However, because the building houses both the Dunwoody Library and the Stage Door Players, classrooms and meeting space, this purchase was not ready in time for the initial transfer. We expect to complete this purchase in the next 90 days. In addition to safety and security, an important step is to establish our regular operations and maintenance routine. We have no plans or immediate resources available to move forward with any major improvements. We are however, fully focused and dedicated to taking care of all necessary maintenance and repairs needed at each of the park facilities. Later this summer, our Mayor and City Council will determine when we will begin the process for a greenspace needs assessment and Master Plan for parks. Moreover, over the next few years we look forward to creating renowned Parks and Recreation programs and facilities.

Master of the Garden


f you think a green thumb is good wait until you meet the Master Gardeners at the Donaldson-Bannister Farm; this group is green all over. These talented gardeners have been growing herbs, fruits, and veggies for the Dunwoody community since 2006. Led by Penny Bihm and Janet Hanser, they spend each summer cultivating everything from thyme to peanuts. The Master Gardener Program is a volunteer training program offered through county offices of the University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Services. Through this program, individuals are trained and certified in horticulture and other related areas. These individuals, in turn, volunteer their expertise and services, under the direction of their Cooperative Extension Agent, to help educate others through horticultural projects that benefit the community. Master Gardeners bring the latest horticultural information and practices from the world of research to their communities’ landscapes and gardens. The Georgia Master Gardener Program was started in Atlanta, Georgia in 1979 as a means of extending the educational outreach of the University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Services. Master Gardeners serve many roles in aiding the Cooperative Extension Agent deliver educational horticultural programs and information. The Georgia Master Gardener Program is designed to develop highly skilled volunteers that agree to volunteer a minimum of 50 hours of service in exchange for 40 hours of horticultural training by Extension Service professionals. For more information on the Master Gardener Program please visit

Left to Right: Roseanne Lutz, Gail Foorman, Linda Stephens

Solution to Stormwater Pollution
By Chuck Davis


t’s summer time and we are all working and playing in our yards. Some of us are cutting the grass, trimming the bushes, pulling weeds, and planting flowers. Then there are those of us who get out there with our kids and play ball or throw the Frisbee. While some just enjoy a nice quite walk at the end of the day. All these activities can be affected by the random summer showers that not only cool things off but sometimes keep us from these outside activities. Those heavy sudden downpours test the stormwater system, but there are things we can all do to help the system pass the test. First, when we are working in our yards all of the yard debris needs to be bagged for pickup. We need to keep the debris from getting washed into the stormwater system. This includes all grass clippings, bush trimmings, and any branches that are collected. Not only do we want to keep the debris out of the stormwater system, but we also want to keep it out of the ditches, creeks and streams. When large amounts of yard debris are dumped into these areas it can cause serious erosion problems as the water tries to work around the debris. It can also cause standing water which is a perfect breeding area for mosquitoes. Playing in the yard can affect the stormwater system if we are not careful. A soccer ball or Frisbee that gets kicked or thrown into a creek and is not retrieved may eventually get washed into a pipe and could cause the pipe to get clogged. This isn’t an everyday occurrence but when it does happen it can be very difficult and expensive to repair. Finally, an issue we face every Fall are the leaves. It is so tempting to blow or rake the leaves into the ditch next to our house or into the stormwater inlet in the road, but this is the worst thing we can do with them. Because, there are so many over a short period of time the potential for clogs is great. If we dispose of them properly then we can avoid the problems that could arise from the leaves. So let’s all work together and do our part to keep our creeks and streams clean and free of debris.

Is your Abode Up to Code?

From the Desk of the Chief Building Official

s we enter into summer and the nation prepares to celebrate Independence Day we would like to present two items: First: Dunwoody’s Building Department is adding a new facet to our service to help protect our citizens. At the end of the month, we will begin our exterior evaluations of the City’s multifamily residential complexes. Essentially, we are looking for the building’s compliance with the Property Maintenance Code and the Fire Code adopted by the State of Georgia. We encourage everyone to obtain a copy of the Property Maintenance Code by visiting the International Code Council website www.iccsafe. org or by stopping by our office to preview the code and see where your property may need improvement. Second: We know it’s hot outside. The last few weeks have been scorchers and one of the best ways to cool off is by jumping into a nice cool swimming pool. Swimming can be a great outdoor activity that creates memories for years to come, but there are a few things we would like you to remember to make sure you have a fun and safe summer. 1. Children should always swim under the supervision of an adult. Children should never be left around a pool or open body of water alone. 2. Keep rescue equipment by the pool and be sure a portable phone is pool side with emergency numbers posted. Knowing cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) can be a lifesaver. 3. Fences and walls should be at least 4 feet high and installed completely around the pool. Fence gates should be self-closing and self-latching. The latch should be out of a small child’s reach. Remember, the key to staying cool in your pool this summer is by preventing any tragedies. By taking a few precautions which can include placing barriers around your pool to prevent access, using pool alarms, closely supervising your child and being prepared in case of an emergency, you are sure to have a safe, wet and wild summer.


Independence Day


Dunwoody Independence Day Celebration

t is time to salute America! Put on your best red, white and blue dress and join 30,000 of your Dunwoody friends and neighbors for the annual Dunwoody Fourth of July Parade. On Monday, July 5, 2010 at 9:30 a.m. grab your favorite piece of curb and enjoy the parade featuring marching bands, floats, clowns, animal units and local celebrities. Last year the parade attracted over 2,000 participants and 30,000 spectators. Spectators are encouraged to get there early, as there will be road closings. Mount Vernon Road between Jett Ferry and Dunwoody Village Parkway will close from 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. The parade route is 2.5 miles, stepping off from the intersection of Mount Vernon and Jett Ferry at 9:30 a.m. The parade proceeds west on Mount Vernon to Dunwoody Village Parkway. The parade will then turn right and follow the right side of the median to Calico Corners, then turn left into Dunwoody Village parking lot. Volunteers will guide spectators to parade parking. The parade takes approximately 1 hour to walk the entire parade route. Following the parade, spectators can enjoy a family friendly festival taking place at the Dunwoody Village featuring live entertainment, kid’s activities, BBQ, hotdogs, and more. For more information about the Annual Dunwoody 4th of July Parade please visit the Dunwoody Crier website at or the Dunwoody Homeowners Association website at

Firework Safety


he Fourth of July, Independence Day, is the most popular time of the year for home and neighborhood firework displays. While they can be fun and exciting to watch, they can also be very dangerous. Over the last year, Georgia laws on fireworks have changed. These new laws make some previously allowed fireworks illegal.

Below is a list of legal Georgia fireworks: • Sparklers (up to 100 grams each), • Fountains (items that say ‘Emits Showers of Sparks’ up to 200 grams total for multiple tube items or 75 grams for each individual tube), • Snakes, • Glow worms, • Snappers, and • Party poppers

As you can see, all fireworks must stay on the ground. The fireworks that are specifically prohibited include: • Firecrackers, • Torpedoes, • Sky rockets, • Roman candles, • Bombs, and • Sparklers (over 100 grams) Violation of the fireworks law can result in a fine of up to $1000 and 6 months in jail. If you choose to use legal fireworks this year, please keep in mind some basic safety tips: • Never give fireworks to small children. Even sparklers, considered safe, burn at an extremely high temperature and can ignite clothing or burn skin. • Light only one firework at a time. • Do not point or throw fireworks at other people. • Never attempt to “fix” or re-ignite malfunctioning fireworks. • Keep a bucket of water, or a garden hose, handy in case of a fire or mishap.

Please remember to be safe and have a Happy 4th of July!

By Michael Tuller and Kimberly Greer

The Master Plan

Dunwoody Village and Georgetown Area Master Plans


hat should the Dunwoody Village and the Georgetown area look like in the next 10-20 years? Master planning is a process by which citizens and business-owners work with the City to create a vision and a guiding plan for the years ahead. As part of the Comprehensive Land Use Plan, the citizens of Dunwoody expressed interest in continued investment and study of both the Dunwoody Village and the Georgetown Community Areas. The City has partnered with Atlanta-based firm Urban Collage to conduct these two in-depth master planning studies. Georgetown The initial phase, of this 6-8 month process, is just getting started with an inventory and assessment of existing conditions, including a physical assessment of the study area, a market analysis, and an overview of the area’s transportation system, issues, and challenges. The Project Team hopes to work with major commercial property owners to gather additional existing information and gain a property owner’s perspective on each area’s physical and market opportunities and challenges. A project website will be unveiled in September. Initially, the website will include project information and data including select inventory and assessment illustrative maps of each area. As the public engagement process unfolds, the website will become a community input mechanism including opportunities for: • • • Feedback to the City and Project Team Community Surveys Interactive Community Issues Mapping Application

In addition to the interactive project website, the project team will hold several public workshops and conduct stakeholder interviews to enlist Dunwoody residents and business-owners in developing our plans: • • • Land Use and Development Transportation and Parking Open Space and Pedestrian Circulation

The City will put notices in both the Dunwoody Crier and our website as the dates for public workshops are finalized and the planning process begins towards the latter part of the summer. If you want to be added to our e-mail list for updated information about the planning process of either Georgetown or the Dunwoody Village, please contact Kimberly Greer at (678) 382-6709 or kimberly.greer@
Dunwoody Village

By Karine Roy

Buckle-Up in Your Truck


he new state law ‘Buckle-Up in Your Truck’ is now in effect across Georgia. Whether you’re traveling with family for the July 4th weekend or driving to your local hardware store to prepare for summer renovations on your home, pickup drivers and passengers need to get in the habit of clicking it or expect a ticket. Many are not aware that pickup trucks are twice as likely to rollover than other passenger vehicles. Wearing your seatbelt will increase your chance of survival and decrease the chance of ejection from your vehicle. Pickup trucks are involved in nearly half of the fatal vehicle crashes and approximately 75% of those drivers and passengers are unrestrained and killed. The new ‘Buckle-Up in Your Truck’ law will increase the use of seatbelts and help save the lives of you and your loved ones. Fatalities caused by traffic crashes result in more than 1,500 deaths every year and cost Georgia more than $7.8 billion. Statistics show that pickup truck drivers fail to use their seatbelts 15% less than drivers of other passenger vehicles. If worn correctly, seatbelts are proven to reduce the risk of crash related fatalities by 60% for pickup truck accidents and up to 80% for rollover accidents. Emphasizing the importance of buckling up in your pickup truck, Sergeant Beneito of the Dunwoody Police Department stated, “Our goal is to save more lives by reminding pickup truck drivers and occupants to always wear their safety belts because that is the single best defense against ejection in a crash. In fact, that simple step of always buckling up will increase your odds of survival by 70% to 80% if you are in a rollover crash.” Nationally, drivers and passengers in pickup trucks consistently have lower safety belt usage rates than the occupants of automobiles, vans and sport utility vehicles (SUV). According to NHTSA’s National Occupant Protection Use Survey (NOPUS), the observed safety belt use rate was only 70 percent in pickup trucks compared to 81 percent in passenger cars and 83 percent in SUVs and vans. Keep in mind that no matter where you drive take the precaution and buckle-up or expect a ticket. There are no more warnings or excuses, and remember the choice is yours! It only takes three (3) seconds to put on a seatbelt and it’s worth it to help save your life. The new Georgia law ‘Buckle-Up in Your Truck’ is a law that you can live with. For more information on the new ‘Buckle-Up in Your Truck’ law please visit For driving tips on how to avoid rollover crashes and injuries, please visit the web at For more information about the value of always wearing your safety belt, please visit

Dunwoody Police Department Quarterly Awards

News from the Beat

DeKalb County Officer of the Year

As a department, it is important that we recogCongratulation to Dunwoody Officer nize the hard work and dedication of the men and Fidel Espinoza who was recently recwomen who work at the Dunwoody Police Departognized as the 2010 DeKalb County ment. Routinely, this is done verbally and through Officer of the Year by the DeKalb written commendation. In addition, our Awards Bar Association. Officer Espinoza Committee meets quarterly to review the overall was recognized for his pioneering performance of individual staff members and to efforts in creating the Christmas for Kids (CFK) program in vote on formal recognition of outstanding per2009. The program brought the community together and gave formers. over 100 deserving children a very special holiday. Please join us in congratulating two individuals for thier ourstanding performance. Is your teen driver ready for the open road?

Educate Your Teen

Officer Robert Barrett Officer of the Quarter Rochelle Coleman Employee of the Quarter

Nominate Your Public Safety Champion
The DeKalb County Police Alliance is seeking nominations for the 2010 DeKalb Public Safety Champion Awards. These awards honor police officers and community members who have a positive impact on public safety. The Dunwoody Police Department is included in this alliance and eligible for nominations. Passing off the keys to your teen driver for the first time can be a scary proposition. You know they’re safe, they’re ready, they know what they’re doing, but what about everyone else? The truth is your teen driver can never be too prepared.

The Dunwoody Police Department now offers the state certified Collision Avoidance Training program (CAT) for This is your opportunity to help honor them! Just teen drivers. This program is an advanced defensive driving and vehicle control program designed for teenage drivers fill out the nomination form at who already possess basic driving skills. This 2-day program tions.html and submit by September 9th. Winners is designed to provide young drivers with the knowledge and will be announced at the fourth Annual Police Of- understanding of vehicle dynamics and human kinetics. ficers Ball, scheduled to be held on October 30 at If you have any questions or would like additional information the Crowne Plaza Ravina Hotel in Dunwoody. regarding the CAT program, please call Lt. William Hegwood The Police Alliance raises funds to ensure that ev- at 678-382-6904 or to enroll your child, call 1-800-656-6507. ery sworn police officer in unincorporated DeKalb 2010 Collision Avoidence Training Schedule: County and all the municipalities has a $100,000 July 9-10 August 6-7 life insurance policy.



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1st Annual Special Olympics Car Show
come see our Soap Box Cars!

SATURDAY August 14, 2010 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
4400 N. Peachtree Rd. Dunwoody, Ga. 30338
The 1st Annual Special Olympics Car Show, presented by Jim Ellis Porsche, is to raise money in support of the 22,000 plus athletes in Georgia. All proceeds will go to Special Olympics Georgia.
To purchase raffle tickets or to register contact Officer W. Furman (678) 382-6913 or
Free T-Shirt, meal ticket, raffle ticket and dash plaque with registration

Download registration at
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AWARDS: Olympian Award Mayor’s Pick Chief’s Pick People’s Choice

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Raffle Tickets $2

You could win: 52” Sharp Aquos LED T.V. Dinner for 2 @ J. Alexander’s Dinner for 2 @ Wildfire Free Car Washes $250 Target Gift Card & much more!

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Upcoming Events
July 1, 2010 Zoning Board of Appeals Meeting Begins: 7:00 p.m. Location: Dunwoody City Hall July 8, 2010 Community Council Meeting Begins: 7:00 p.m. Location: Dunwoody City Hall July 8, 2010 Sustainability Commission Meeting Begins: 7:45 a.m. Location: Dunwoody City Hall July 11, 2010 Dunwoody HOA Meeting Begins: 7:30 p.m. Location: Cultural Arts Center 5339 Chamblee Dunwoody Road July 12, 2010 City Council Work Session Begins: 7:00 p.m. Location: Dunwoody City Hall July 5, 2010 Dunwoody Fourth of July Parade Begins: 9:00 a.m. Location: Mount Vernon Rd.

July City Calender

July 13, 2010 Planning Commission Meeting Begins: 7:00 p.m. Location: Dunwoody City Hall July 15, 2010 Dunwoody GOP Meeting Begins: 7:00 p.m. Location: Dunwoody City Hall July 22, 2010 Dunwoody Partners Meeting Begins: 10:00 a.m. Location: Dunwoody City Hall July 26, 2010 City Council Work Session Begins: 6:00 p.m. Location: Dunwoody City Hall July 26, 2010 City Council Meeting Begins: 7:00 p.m. Location: Dunwoody City Hall

Community Events

July 16 - August 8, 2010 Stage Door Players: Company Begins: Multiple times Location: Spurill Center
5339 Chamblee Dunwoody Road

August 28, 2010 Lekotec Run (Lekotek of Georgia) Begins: 8:00 a.m. Location: Georgia Perimeter College Dunwoody Campus September 18, 2010 Team Hope Walk – Atlanta Bennefits the Huntington’s Disease Society of America Begins: 8:00 a.m. Location: Brook Run Park September 29 - October 3, 2010 Atlanta AAUW Book Fair Begins: 10:00 a.m. Location: Perimeter Mall
September 29 - October 3, 2010 Atlanta AAUW Book Fair Browse over 50,000 gently used books, featuring: ■ First editions and autographed collectibles ■ Children’s books ■ Cookbooks ■ Works by southern authors ■ And more than 30 other categories including mysteries, popular fiction, art, photography, military, philosophy, religion, biography, business, science fiction, history, travel…along with AudioTapes, Cassette Tapes, CD’s and DVD’s. Proceeds benefit the American Association of University Women

August 14, 2010 Dunwoody Car Show Begins: 9:00 a.m. Location: 4400 N. Peachtree Road
July 16 - August 8, 2010 Stage Door Players Present:


August 14, 2010 Dunwoody Car Show

On the night of his 35th birthday, confirmed bachelor Robert contemplates his unmarried state. In vignette after hilarious vignette, we are introduced to “those good and crazy people,” his married friends, as Robert weighs the pros and cons of married life. 5339 Chamblee Dunwoody Road Dunwoody, GA 30338 Phone: 770-396-1726 E-mail:

Inaugural Dunwoody Car Show. Organized by the Dunwoody Police Department, all proceeds go to Georgia Special Olympics. First Baptist Church of Atlanta 4400 N. Peachtree Road Dunwoody, GA 30338 Interested in participating? Contact Officer William Furman at 678-382-6913 or visit

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