New trail signs approved for Brook Run Park in Dun...
by Christine Fonville
11:04 AM, Tuesday, September 30
Approval for new signage at the recently opened trail at Brook Run Park was granted at last week’s Dunwoody City Council meeting. Parks and Recreation Manager Brent Walker presented the council with the newest addition to Brook Run Trail, a new mu...

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