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    Van Pappas

    Way to go Brookhaven. These are the kinds of things that all municipalities should be doing.

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    This is as good as Brookie the bird mascot

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    Tom Reilly

    A great idea, indicative of our Brookhaven city officials’ concern for the welfare and involvement of its citizens.

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    Bill Lowe

    I have not gotten any messages on Nextdoor that Brookie the pigeon is missing. Is someone holding it hostage? Perhaps with a small ransom? Or was it simply turned into “meat” and served at a local BBQ?

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    Did anyone poll the citizens first to see if there was a need or desire for this? The first and last council meeting that I attended lasted 10 minutes.

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    Abby, this doesn’t have to do with the citizens. This is all about being “the first of it’s kind in local government.” Can their egos get any bigger? Watch for the photo opt in the next release.

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    Negative Nellie. Always. Wools are pretty tired of all the negativity. Grow up.

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    Jeremy Phillips

    I don’t have children yet but when the pilot program rolls around that serves beer and some snacks let me know.

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    Ambulance Chaser

    I see a lawsuit in the near future. I hope you have the parents sign a waiver before taking on the responsibility of their child in a government building.

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    Reality Is ...

    Where I work we must have 1 adult for every 3 children and if a child needs to go to the restroom 2 adults must accompany them. It’s just the world we live in now. Has the city thoroughly explored what the liabilities are to us?

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    Patrick, ready for another Tom Taylor? Shaken, just like the last six?

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    Perhaps a better approach is to let the kids take control of city government. How could it be worse?

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    Already enough kids running city hall!!!💰💰💰💰💰💰💰

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    Sad Saul

    Sad Sad Saul, maybe you should stop drinking so much. You might have a better attitude then. Please look up a number for AA before it is too late!

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    Thanks, good advice. Maybe I will carpool with my Dunwoody buddy. Afterward, we can stop for a couple of shaken TT’s.

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    One might argue that this whole endeavor is a PR stunt.

    Look everyone-we’re trying to get more people to meetings so we can “listen” more!

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    Ronnie for MAYOR! Ernst is controlled by his selected yes boys and has lost site of what he promised. BRING BACK THE ZONING REWRITE HE CANCELLED AND REALLY DO SOMETHING THAT WILL HAVE AN IMPACT!

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    Tim Wilson

    ^^^^Looks like somebody hasn’t been paying attention. Maybe Shawn you should bring the kids to a meeting once in a while and you wouldn’t look so ill informed. The zoning rewrite is underway silly man.^^^^^^^

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    No it’s not. Only the Overlay portion. Back at cha about being informed.

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    I was told that there will be a fee charged for this service. Is that correct?

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    The zoning rewrite won’t get started until closer to this years elections. The attorney and developer campaign contributions are higher when their is a “need.”

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