DHA leaders want to ‘coexist’ with Dunwoody City Council on mutual board memberships (GA)

Hundreds of people decked out in red-white-and blue lined Mount Vernon Road and cheered as local war veterans rode past in classic cars. They were celebrating Independence Day at the annual Fourth of July Parade, the state’s largest, sponsored by the Dunwoody Homeowners Association.    But the DHA is not just about parades and celebrations. Since the 1970s, the nonprofit organization that once boasted thousands of members has been a political powerhouse in DeKalb County and Dunwoody, playing key roles in shaping the development – from zoning requirements and architectural style of buildings – of one of the state’s newest cities.    Read the article…………


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