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  • May 5, 2016

Dunwoody Crier: In My Opinion

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Infiniti Q50S 3.7 offers sporty, fun, safe ride

It’s always fun looking and driving a new car and guessing the price. Usually we’re pretty good at it but we truly struck out with the Infiniti Q50S 3.7. With its luxurious leather, impeccable sporty design and responsive engine, we put this beauty in the $70,000 range. We were blown away when we realized the base price was $43,600 and, with the navigation and performance wheel packages, the cash register totaled $47,755.

Recent Headlines

Sunday 03/13/2016
Mercedes’ Smart ForTwo is designed with a purpose

If you can’t go big, go smart and that’s exactly what Mercedes Benz did in inventing the Smart Fortwo. But then Mercedes also went big because the story and the reality of this little car is a Big Idea.

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Chrysler 200C makes a great first— and second — impression

Good reputations are hard to get and easy to lose as any mother of a daughter has said thousands of times. But in a country that believes in forgiveness and second chances, a comeback is a glorious celebration, which is why the Chrysler 200C is a great story — and should be put on the must-see list when looking to purchase a midsize family vehicle.

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Redesigned Nissan Maxima SR delivers a great car

The mid-size, mid-price sedan market is highly competitive with well-entrenched players but that doesn’t mean the Nissan Maxima SR should be overlooked for the tried and true. In fact, it deserves more than a quick look. Take a test drive and you’ll see that redesigned Maxima has strong acceleration, roomy interiors and and a responsive motor that makes driving fun. After a ride around the block, you’ll see that the Nissan Maxima SR just might earn a spot in your driveway. It’s that good.

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Wednesday 02/03/2016
Brook Run Conservancy sorts out theater studies

The Board of Directors of the Brook Run Conservancy would like to clarify any misconceptions circulating regarding the feasibility and costs of renovating the historic Brook Run Theater.

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Tuesday 12/29/2015
Jester outlines DeKalb challenges ahead for 2016

As the New Year approaches, I’d like to share my thoughts about what DeKalb County issues you should watch for in 2016.  

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Tuesday 12/22/2015
Mercedes’ Smart ForTwo Is Designed with a Purpose

If you can’t go big, go smart and that’s exactly what Mercedes Benz did in inventing the Smart Fortwo. But then Mercedes also went big because the story and the reality of this little car is a Big Idea.

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Shortal thanks voters, outlines future agenda

First, I express my sincere gratitude for the outpouring of support I received from across our great city during my campaign and election for mayor of our city. The welcome and input I received while knocking on your doors gave me the encouragement to carry on during those long days. I thank you for bottles of water and offers of food I received. We are all fortunate to have a positive can-do attitude that permeates our citizenry.

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Tuesday 12/15/2015
The record as Brookhaven turns three

As any mother knows, it is not easy birthing a baby. As a member of Brookhaven’s first city council and as mayor for the last six months, I can tell you it has not been easy birthing a city.

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Tuesday 12/08/2015
Chrysler 200C revamps

Good reputations are hard to get and easy to lose as any mother of a daughter has said thousands of times. But in a country that believes in forgiveness and second chances, a comeback is a glorious celebration, which is why the Chrysler 200C is a great story — and should be put on the must-see list when looking to purchase a midsize family vehicle.

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Tuesday 11/10/2015
Radio silence over plans for Austin

I thought it might be helpful if I furnish the letter I sent to Dr. Green advocating the school system keep its word on Austin staying on the present site. Please note I have never received a verbal or written response. I find that interesting since Dr. Green asked me for a meeting to discuss DeKalb schools. I don't believe he understands the economic significance of closing a neighborhood elementary school and I find that very troubling.

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Tuesday 10/27/2015
Mayor's Report: My priority: Keep Austin In the neighborhood

The ability to walk your children to school is one of the reasons why Dunwoody is an exceptional place to live.  Recent discussions have brought this issue (and others) to the forefront as the DeKalb County School District (DCSD) has been exploring the future of Austin Elementary. 

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