News Line for Dunwoody

‘Glitches’ found in latest ChatComm software test
About 2½ years after Dunwoody signed on with the Chattahoochee River 911 Authority, the dispatch system still does not employ the kind of software that Dunwoody officials want to handle their fire and ambulance calls.
Source: Reporter Newspapers

Dunwoody continues to address stormwater needs
Dunwoody Public Works Department completed more than 40 projects in 2013 that address the city’s stormwater needs and the city plans to continue its efforts at infrastructure maintenance and upgrades in 2014.
Source: Champion Newspaper

Clarkston gets new mayor; Chamblee annexation approved
Clarkston has a new mayor and the city of Chamblee got the nod from 61 percent of its voters to annex a chunk of unincorporated DeKalb.
Source: Access North Georgia

Two incumbents, one ‘clean sweep’ candidate win in Dunwoody
Two incumbent Dunwoody City Councilmen won re-election Nov. 5 and one of the “clean sweep” candidates who campaigned against the city’s current direction also won.
Source: Reporter Newspapers

Rep. Tom Taylor: Dunwoody schools study report not yet final
Rep. Tom Taylor told members of Dunwoody City Council that although the final report isn’t yet complete, a recent study shows a separate city school system “is definitely feasible.”
Source: Reporter Newspapers

Georgia Supremes uphold business tax on lawyers
The Georgia Supreme Court Monday upheld an ordinance in Dunwoody requiring business owners to pay an occupation tax.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle