Negotiations are expected to continue between the city and GID as the developer determines if the project is financially feasible without the tax abatement it wanted.
“This is the most important step we’ve taken so far in support of small businesses in Dunwoody,” said Dunwoody Mayor Lynn Deutsch. “We understand the significant struggles they have faced and hope this can provide some relief.”
Dunwoody Parks & Recreation will brighten the holiday season with the introduction of Holiday Lights at the Brook Run Park playground.
Dunwoody has encouraged its residents to visit local restaurants and dine outdoors during the pandemic, and now the city is offering to help foot the bill for businesses to expand their outdoor dining.
The Dunwoody City Council unanimously approved CARES Act funding to help businesses move operations outdoors.
Dunwoody awarded $400,000 in grants to eight nonprofits that are helping residents weather the coronavirus pandemic.
Just like traffic in some areas has slowed to a crawl during the COVID-19 pandemic, so has the lunch crowd in lots of areas. Dunwoody Mayor Lynn Deutsch launched a Let’s Do Lunch Campaign to help speed things back up.
Dunwoody is demolishing an old elementary school to create 12 acres of park space, and the city is asking for the public’s input on how to develop the land.
City allocates $300,000 for community efforts to assist those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dunwoody is asking for public feedback on three potential plans to improve bike and sidewalk access along Mt. Vernon Road.