Save Dunwoody, a coalition of residents who question decisions by city officials, says its recent online poll drew 1,397 responses. More than three-fourths of the respondents say they opposed the direction taken by the current City Council, the organization said in an email.

Save Dunwoody said that of respondents to the poll:

  • 78 percent  oppose the Dunwoody Village Parkway project;
  • 77 percent oppose the Womack/Vermack roundabout;
  • 77 percent oppose the Brook Run 12-foot concrete trail;
  • 77 percent are opposed to direction of the current Dunwoody City Council.

The organization has said that no computer may be used more than once to cast a vote in the online poll. Also, more than 400 respondents left comments about city government on the Save Dunwoody website. For more information: .

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