Dunwoody council considers what’s next with DHA members and city boards (GA)

Dunwoody City Council will learn more at its Sept. 12 meeting about a recent outside legal opinion stating it would be wise to keep Dunwoody Homeowners Association members off city boards “in order to protect the city.”  The DHA has a contrary opinion from its own attorney. The new legal opinion by Abbott S. Hayes, who was hired by the city, acknowledged that the matter of a conflict of interest “is not crystal clear” in the memo    Read the article………….


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