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Lee May was elected to the DeKalb County Commission in July of 2012.  District 5 voters went to the polls and elected him to a second term.  He still resides in District 5.  At the time May was elected Burrell Ellis was the CEO of DeKalb.  A year later May was appointed interim CEO by Governor Deal after CEO Ellis was charged with a few (14) felonies and was removed from office (suspended) by Governor Deal. In October 2014 Ellis was in court and a mistrial was declared, sending Ellis home, but not back to the CEO job. He is still officially suspended, keeping Lee May as interim (not elected) CEO of DeKalb.  Technically May seems to be the Commissioner of Distri
Zip Code: 30319
Vote : 5 + vote Category : Events

Zip Code: 30319
Vote : 5 + vote Category : Events

Zip Code: 30319
Vote : 5 + vote Category : Events
CEO of DeKalb, Lee May, dipped his toes into the school system's turf earlier this week. May wants to assist the school board in selecting its new superintendent.  May (and others such as Rep Scott Holcomb) wants a few of DeKalb's outstanding citizens on a Selection Committee.  First, here's a list of people suggested by May and Co.The selection committee would consist of 14 members and be comprised of the following:2 Board of Education members1 Superintendent Michael Thurmond1 DeKalb County CEO1 DeKalb County Board of Commissioner1 DeKalb Chamber of Commerce member1 DeKalb Development Authority member1 DeKalb State Representative1 DeKalb State Senator1 DeKalb PTSA member1 OD
Zip Code: 30319
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Zip Code: 30319
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It's holiday time.  Don't wait in line over at the Government shipping center.  All your shipping needs (and gift wrapping) can be handled at American Mail.  American Mail is conveniently located on Main Street Chamblee Dunwoody Road, across from Publix (same parking lot as Mellow Mushroom, the only local place to get Hoegaarden on draft). Head in and meet Vic and Nina.
Zip Code: 30319
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A huge fire engulfed nearly an entire block today in Los Angeles, CA.  The fire broke out in the DaVinci apartment complex, a seven-story building. The bottom two floors were concrete, the top five wood-framed construction. 250 fire fighters worked to extinguish the fire.As we learn from others, never let a tragedy go to waste.  Tonight at city council there will be a 2nd read on changes to Chapter 8, Buildings and Building Regulations.  See HERE.The heart of the change to Chapter 8 is to require the use of non-combustible materials for buildings like the "upscale" DaVinci apartments.  In Dunwoody, any building over three stories will require non-combustible building mat
Zip Code: 30319
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Dunwoody's Community Council meets this Thursday evening at city hall, 7 PM.  On the agenda you'll find two projects, both for condos in Dunwoody.  One of the projects is for Dunwoody Village Parkway, from Mt Vernon Road down to Village Burger. Currently you'll find office buildings there.  The other project is for Georgetown, behind the Waffle House.We'll post more later on these projects, and you should attend Sunday night's DHA (Dunwoody Homeowner's Association) meeting on Sunday night (7:30 PM at the library/pottery/theater building) to hear about these condos.If you have an opinion on the condos I suggest you show up at the Community Council meeting and speak your mind.&
Zip Code: 30319
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