Brookhaven Commission: Four Or Five Options For New City Hall

Newly elected mayor, city council won't have much time to choose office space.


The location of a Brookhaven city hall will be one of the first items before the newly elected mayor and city council, and the Brookhaven Commission seems to be narrowing down the list of possible sites.

According to Neighbor Newspapers, commissioner Jed Beardsley said four to five options remain under consideration.

Beardsley told the papers that furnished office space allow city personnel to move in faster. Three of those furnished options are located in the central perimeter market, he said.

Beardsley is still waiting to hear back about viable options for the city's new police station.

Brookhaven Plaza, at the intersection of Peachtree and North Druid Hills roads, has been mentioned as a possible location for a new city hall as well.

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don Gabacho November 27, 2012 at 06:50 PM
"Can't we have something?"---Joe The Plumber Certainly the jail.
John McGrew November 28, 2012 at 11:29 PM
So then, you haven't been to any meetings? So your only mission here is to spread FUD?
don Gabacho December 03, 2012 at 07:06 PM
"So your only mission here is to spread FUD?"---John McGraw Yet again: Where is the headquarters and license to operate a security firm in the State of GA for the privately hired police force in our midst? And their identities?
don Gabacho December 03, 2012 at 07:16 PM
"Mike, that is just a pretty picture, nothing more."----Hamburger Don't be so sure. Particularly when money and power has, with this gang, always trumped public service. The locale would also serve well to consolidate of the various surveillance systems, including policial, and "capture stages" already operating, for the completeing of (what is now) Brookhaven as a single, intergrated "capture stage."
John McGrew December 03, 2012 at 07:25 PM
And at which meeting was this "police force" discussed? Were you there?


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