Thursday, September 30, 2010

Closing-in on Dunwoody Music Festival; Update on Dunwoody Real Estate

The Dunwoody Music Festival is just three weeks away at Brook Run Park, but there is still time to enter the Chili Cook-Off. Speaking with organizer MJ Thomas of the Dunwoody Chamber of Commerce, which is hosting the event, she expects more than 40 entries. Did you need some extra incentive to enter? First place is worth $1,000!

For more information on the Festival as well as the chili cook-off, click on the links above.

Dunwoody Recycling

Dunwoody resident Joe Seconder forwarded me the following information from DeKalb County Sanitation. According to county recycling coordinator Sheri Arnold, of the more than 21,000 residential households in Dunwoody, only 4,626 recycle (use the blue bin). That's just 21.5 percent! And of the 467 commercial businesses with sanitation services, just 46 are recycling. That's only 10 percent! I know many in Dunwoody would like to consider this a "green city," but it's too bad those numbers are not a lot higher.

Dunwoody Real Estate

A new listing in Springfield came on the market this week at 4845 Summerford Dr. There are now 5 active listings in the neighborhood. To view each listing, click on the link below:

Despite what you might have read from another real estate agent's ad in the back of The Crier, there are only 163 active listings in Dunwoody in the 30338 zip code. These listings range in price from $1,568,000 to $169,900. To view any of these listings, click on the link below:

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