Talk Back to the Crier

I am a long time Dunwoody resident and frequent the Publix on Chamblee Dunwoody Road. Last week I became aware that a friend of mine, who is battling cancer, had run out of hand sanitizer. I went up to Publix (of course they were out of sanitizer) so asked the general manager on duty to call…

Recently I wrote to my three representatives on the Dunwoody City Council, giving my input on the upcoming comprehensive plan and where I felt the priorities should be. 

I’ll be attending the State of the Union Tuesday night as a guest of Rep. Lucy McBath. Among many things he will say that night, I expect President Trump to tout his “terrific plans” to help us afford our medications. But as a doctor and a patient, I know that in three years we’ve made zero …

January 2 marks my end of eight years of service on Dunwoody City Council. Each day was filled with my focus on what I can do to make “A Better Dunwoody.” Public safety, life safety and public works quickly became a primary focus for me. These were the basics of why we became a city and rema…

This letter is in regard to the Nov. 14 Crier article, “Wildlife poses threat to Dunwoody Community Garden and Orchard.”