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May
22
Fri
DeKalb Schools are Closed Thru This Date
May 22 all-day
Jul
6
Mon
Community Meeting for Roberts Drive Rezoning
Jul 6 @ 6:00 pm

This meeting was promoted as a required meeting for a residential rezoning in an ad in the Crier on June 16.

This property, and its proposed age-restricted (55+) has been discussed numerous times at the DHA.  It had been initially withdrawn in 2019 but is apparently back again.

The original plan called for 8-9 homes.  The current announcement mentions 15 homes.  DHA previously opposed the rezoning from R-100 to R-50 and pointed out the contrast of a "55+" housing community consisting of 2-3 story homes across the street from Austin ES.

For reference:
April 2019 Board meeting

September 2019 Board Meeting

From the Crier ad:
"There will be a Community Meeting regarding an application to rezone preoprty located at 5308, 5318, & 5328 Roberts Drive in the City of Dunwoody from the current R-100 (Single dwelling residnetial) zoning district to R-50 (Single-dwelling Residential) zoning district for the purpose of developing a 15 lot "empty nester" (55+ age restsricted housing community.  The meeting will be held at 6:00 pm on Monday July 6, 2020 at 5328 Roberts Drive, Dunwoody Georgia 30338.

Aug
10
Mon
UPDATED VILLAGE ZONING – City Council Meeting @ Dunwoody City Hall & Online Via Zoom
Aug 10 @ 6:00 pm

At this meeting will be a first read of changes to the Dunwoody Village Overlay District that are proposed to increase density and add more housing.

DHA has been directly involved with preserving undisturbed buffers between the Dunwoody Village commercial district and the neighboring homes.  DHA has also been part of the discussion in ensuring that any updates benefit the homeowner community.

Note that zoning changes this month do not mean they will take immediate effect.  These changes set expectations for both developers and homeowners so that when a landowner chooses to improve, or build upon or otherwise redevelop their property, these are the standards they must follow.

Residents are encouraged to share their opinions with city council during public comment.
Sign up to give your comments either in person at city hall (social distancing and mask rules apply) or via Zoom online.

publiccomment@dunwoodyga.gov

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