Dunwoody council approves contract renewal with Ch...
by Christine Fonville
11:17 AM, Tuesday, September 02
At a Dunwoody City Council meeting last week, a renewal of an intergovernmental agreement with the Chattahoochee River 911 Authority, or ChatComm, for 911 call taking and police dispatching was once again on the table. Dunwoody subscribes to the S...

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