Everyone likes parks, right? Kids and dogs like them because they can run around. Parents like them because kids and dogs tire easily running around in them. Old folks like them because they can watch kids and dogs get tired from a safe distance. And teens find them excellent places for furtive drinking and sex at night. Well, in November the very kid and dog friendly City of Dunwoody will vote on a referendum that would allow the city to borrow up to $33 million to purchase land for parks. Great, right? But what if park building is really just a ruse for radical demographic engineering? The Dunwoody Neighbor's got the scoop.
Dunwoody Council discusses rules for buying park property [Neighbor Newspapers]