Cathy covers local government and community news for the Dunwoody area.
Dunwoody resident Ladd Fletcher, a multisport athlete at Lakeside High School from 1978-82, was elected to the school’s 2021 Hall of Fame class.
The Dunwoody City Council was expected this week to consider a proposed text amendment to its zoning code that will reduce the minimum land area required for a planned development from 5 acres to 1 acre.
During a specially called meeting April 12, the Dunwoody City Council approved the purchase of two parcels of land on Vermack Road that will be converted into a park.
Businesses in Dunwoody appear to be recovering slowly but surely from the economic downturn incurred by the world pandemic, according to several key indicators.
The Dunwoody City Council was set to discuss a text amendment this week that would limit fence and wall heights to 6 feet in single-family residential areas.
It’s not often one sees robots and fencing sabers in the same space, but thanks to the generosity of Regency Centers, that is what’s happening in the Dunwoody Hall Shopping Center.
At its March meeting, the Dunwoody Homeowners Association handed out its 2020 community service awards, including the first Dick Williams Citizen of the Year Award to Dunwoody Senior Baseball Chief Operating Officer John Crawford.
When DeKalb County School administrators announced that high schools would not be fielding ninth grade teams this spring, Matt Boettcher decided to take matters into his own hands.
A preliminary survey indicates that Dunwoody residents want to use the land at the former Austin Elementary School for open-air recreational purposes when it is redeveloped.