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 …
It’s been a tough start to Georgia’s legislative session thanks to a major budget battle that’s already dominating the session.
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.”
DeKalb voters will head to the polls this November to vote on revisions to an Ethics Act passed in 2015 by 92 percent of voters. The ballot will have no explanation of the revisions, and voters should not be fooled. This legislation does not revise the Board of Ethics, it guts the ethics board.