DeKalb, Dunwoody chambers look to increase return on investment
by Christine Fonville
January 20, 2015 10:00 AM | 0 0 comments | 0 0 recommendations | email to a friend
With a new year come new goals and priorities for many residents and businesses throughout DeKalb County. Katerina Taylor, president and CEO of the DeKalb Chamber of Commerce and Stephanie Snodgrass, president and CEO of the Dunwoody Chamber of Commerce, talked to the DeKalb Neighbor about the changes being made and what each organization hopes to accomplish in 2015. Increasing membership engagement and delivering a return on investment for members is a priority for which both Taylo...
Fairington Elementary students will return to normal class schedule Monday
Today, Fairington Elementary School Principal Jeffrey Jenkins, wrote a letter to parents/guardians of students with an update on returning to school Monday. "Fairington Elementary School will be re...
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Column: Peake on mission to legalize medical marijuana in Ga.
Allen Peake is a man on a mission. The five-term Republican state representative from Macon is the driving force behind proposed legislation to legalize medical marijuana in Georgia. He may succeed...
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May urges DeKalb school board to involve community in superintendent search
Interim DeKalb County CEO Lee May urged the DeKalb County Board of Education to seek broad public input during its search for a new superintendent at a recent community input meeting. “This decisio...
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DeKalb County Board of Education
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