With construction in full swing at Dunwoody High School, parking for students, teachers, and construction workers is at a premium. Signs have popped up, blocking off parking to students. Of course the students should have the same access to parking on public streets as do teachers, construction workers, and any other person. I know DeKalb County can restrict parking on its property. On school property I feel that the school needs spaces for teachers and staff first, students last.
But who owns/controls the street in front of Dunwoody High School? Does DeKalb Schools control it or does the City of Dunwoody?
|is this sign legal?|
|does Dunwoody or DeKalb control this piece of roadway?|
|in front of Vanderlyn|
The group: Students Terrorized by Irrational Residents
It's been less than three weeks since I posted the Midnight Star video, but here it is again - back by popular demand