Brookhaven Candidates Learned Cityhood Tips from Dunwoody in Closed Meeting

The Brookhaven City Mayor and Council candidates met privately in Dunwoody to gain insight.

At an event hosted by State Rep. Mike Jacobs and Sen. Fran Millar on Monday morning, Brookhaven City Council candidates and members of the Governor's Commission for Brookhaven met to learn from Dunwoody officials about creating the City of Brookhaven.

The information session, hosted at Dunwoody City Hall, was closed to the public and the press.

“It was organized to enable the Brookhaven governor’s commission and candidates for the city council to hear first hand from people who were involved in setting up the city of Dunwoody,” Jacobs said in a Brookhaven Reporter article.

Included in the session were presentations from the Perimeter Community Improvement Districts and the Brookhaven Peachtree Community Alliance.

Brookhaven Patch is currently working to get more information about what exactly was discussed at the meeting and why it was closed to the public.

Grieg Ericsson September 27, 2012 at 03:46 AM
And what is your name Friendo?
Grieg Ericsson September 27, 2012 at 03:50 AM
Phil-Doh, Please refrain.
Grieg Ericsson September 27, 2012 at 03:51 AM
I volunteer all the time. Where's your rotund little bottoms been volunteering?
Kim Gokce September 27, 2012 at 04:11 AM
I appreciate the kind words of posters above but it really isn't necessary. I am happy to play "Grace Kelly" to the aggressive bloggers "George Burns" ... This job is not a thankless task at all. It is an honor and I'll continue to play straight man because that is all I wish to do. Hope to see all of you at tonight's Commission meeting!
Prissy Mae Millendorf, Brookhaven Socialite September 27, 2012 at 07:37 PM
Oh dear curmudgeon BeefPuss: Alas, I know of no one by the name of Bill & I certainly don't smoke cigars. Perhaps you are confusing me with someone else at your friend Bill's cigar establishment. I have it on record that you attend his parties and tete a tetes quite regularly. Happy smoking. Gleefully, Ms. Millendorf


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