Dunwoody city officals have proposed building a $20 million connector road along the Atlanta Perimeter where State Farm Insurance Co. is building its 8,000-employee regional hub and where millions more square feet of office, retail and hotel development could be in the offing, according to media reports.

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One reply on “Dunwoody officials propose $20 million connector”

  1. I hope that the city requires that the owner(s) of the Goldkist site and other adjacent sites that may directly benefit will contribute a substantial percentage of this cost or provide some other community benefit in exchange.

    Without this new road, access to the Goldkist site is extremely limited.

    If the property owner(s) that will directly benefit from this road do(es) not cover a substantial portion of this cost, than the city has basically given them a gift worth millions of dollars at the expense of the taxpayers.

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