Don't forget Truck-or-Treat on October 27! Kids - dress up in your Halloween costumes and "Trick or Treat" among the food trucks!
--Seth Weissman in presentation to Dunwoody Homeowners Association,, August 2015
“Most zoning actions ultimately result in some kind of compromise. And what any planning professor would say is, the more people get together and talk, and have opportunities to talk and discuss the issues, the greater the likelihood there will be a compromise. And nobody gets sued. And really, you want to encourage developers and neighborhoods to meet. Having a Dunwoody Homeowners Association is not a unique situation. There are neighborhood associations all over the metro area. And they serve a very positive function of helping to bring the parties together and helping to reach compromises.
The thought that there’s some “magical thing” that happens here at the meetings that must be stopped … is very illogical.”