In terms of Atlanta suburb-a-hoods, Dunwoody strikes many as a Mayberry sort of place, where good folks start families, where kids are educated in some of the metro area's best public schools and dogs only bark to say hello or alert you of imminent danger. But strip away the smiles and sunshine and take a hard look at their city government and you'll find your dark side...government officials saying one thing and doing another, or using ostensibly non-objectionable things like parks as cover for social engineering. That's all well and good. But what we want to know is what's up with this "16 acre PVC farm." Sounds pipey.
· Dunwoody parks bonds discussions start to heat up [Reporter Newspapers]