Dunwoody council approves eminent domain for Tilly Mill Road property
by Christine Fonville
December 16, 2014 10:25 AM | 0 0 comments | 24 24 recommendations | email to a friend
Dunwoody City Council members approved the use of eminent domain for right-of-way and easement areas along 4962 Tilly Mill Road, a corner lot that is currently undeveloped, in a meeting last week. The acquisition of the land was needed in order to solve safety and traffic issues along the North Peachtree, Tilly Mill and Peeler roads intersections due to “an unacceptable level of service, particularly during the peak of the morning commute,” according to a traffic analysis conducted ...
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County-issued credit cards
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Should there be an accountability system for county-issued credit cards?