Compromise reached, Light Up Dunwoody (GA) to remain at farmhouse

Recent controversy surrounding a possible addition of a six-foot menorah to the property at the Cheek-Spruill Farmhouse caused the Dunwoody Preservation Trust to disallow any potentially religious symbol. Co-presidents of the trust said the mission to include all meant restricting all non-secular objects on the property.   Read the article…………


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