MARK YOUR CALENDAR
This is the meeting in which the new zoning code was to have been voted on, but it should be deferred since there is no movement on certiorari, standing and couple of other things. See the agenda >
Good Growth DeKalb Monthly Meeting
Tuesday, January 13 @ 7:00 pm
North Decatur Presbyterian Church
Medlock Road, Decatur, GA 30033
Come hear about the legislative session, upcoming meetings and trainings, the Woodland Garden expansion, our plans to hold a fundraiser in the spring, an interesting online conversation people in DeKalb are having about the Suburban Plaza Walmart, an update on the zoning code update and more!
Is Unincorporated DeKalb a Viable Option?
Thursday, January 15 @ 7:00 pm
2056 LaVista Road, Atlanta, GA 30329
Interim CEO Lee May and our District 2 Commissioner Jeff Rader will meet with our residents and those of both Merry Hills and LaVista Park to explore our ability to remain Unincorporated DeKalb County, even if there are municipalities around us.
Hosted by North Druid Hills Association
NEWS ON CITYHOOD MOVEMENT
Clairmont Heights Civic Association Board Asks DeKalb Delegation to Reject Decatur Annexation Plan
Tensions Rise as Annexation, Cityhood Proposals Move Forward
MAP COMBINES ANNEXATION AND CITYHOOD PROPOSALS
ZONING CODE: TAKE ACTION NOW
The Zoning Code Update (ZCU) group have focused on strengthening the voice of the communities and neighborhoods in zoning decisions. However, the proposed code presently favors developers and county staff, and makes the citizens’ right of appeal complicated and extremely difficult.
- Interim CEO Lee May, 404-371-4745,email@example.com
- Commissioner Jeff Rader, 404-371-2863, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Commissioner Kathie Gannon, 404-371-4909, email@example.com
- Commissioner Larry Johnson, 404-371-2425, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Commissioner Stan Watson, 404-371-3681, email@example.com
- Sharon Barnes-Sutton, 404-371-4749, firstname.lastname@example.org
DO YOU THINK DEKALB COUNTY IS IN NEED OF REFORM?
Blueprint DeKalb is a citizens group seeking to reform DeKalb government, in particular regarding ethics, operations, elections, government structure and infrastructure funding. You can get involved:
WE’RE ALMOST THERE!
For more than two years, Good Growth DeKalb worked diligently to fend off the Walmart at Suburban Plaza.
While we were ultimately unsuccessful in our efforts, we have made a substantial difference for our community, none more important than letting our collective voice be heard!