Dunwoody City Council on Aug. 24 approved a plan by Acadia Homes & Neighborhoods to build 87 townhouses in Perimeter Center.

Councilwoman Lynn Deutsch cast the only opposing vote.

The biggest concern among members of council involved the hydrology study. Council members Deutsch and John Heneghan each asked about the storm water runoff and how residents downstream might be affected by the project.

The city’s engineer, Rich Edinger, said there is no storm water issue that isn’t being addressed by the city’s code. He said the floodplain would not be affected nor would residents’ flood insurance.

Council also approved unanimously a rezoning request made on behalf of the State Farm complex project. The rezoning will allow mixed-use commercial, retail and restaurant planned development.

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