Dunwoody Mayor . . . Ken Wright

Ken Wright, who served as president of Citizens for Dunwoody, the nonprofit group that promoted the community’s incorporation, and as president of the powerful Dunwoody Homeowners Association, was the only candidate to qualify for mayor.  All have two or three candidates vying for each of the six city council seats.

Elections are September 16 with any run-off held on October 14.  December 1 is the first day of business for the new city.


2 responses to this post.

  1. […] its first leaders.  Fifteen candidates are vying for six City Council seats in Dunwoody, while Ken Wright is running unopposed and will become mayor of the north DeKalb County city when it begins […]

  2. Posted by Scarlett on December 3, 2008 at 9:54 pm

    I SINCERELY hope that has to not ONLY pay ALL veterinarian costs but, AT LEAST a hefty fine as well as community service! Once upon a time people were considered property by which we could treat as we wished, isn’t it archaic that animals STILL have NO rights AT ALL???? Such a HORRIFFIC and SENSELESS act to commit on something so TRUSTING and HELPLESS, in so many ways. I Teach special education and KNOW we rely upon such animals to allow us to see when we are blind, have seizures, multiple sclerosis, etc., yet this is also how we are “allowed” to “treat” them! May he, Joseph Waters go blind one day himself and have to rely upon a dog, just as he has taken part of Murphy’s sight!

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