Will Changing DeLido Apartments Have an Effect on Local Schools?

Source:  Dunwoody School Daze

From The Crier article:
The board of the Dunwoody Homeowners’ Association heard Sunday of plans submitted to the city for a recomposition of the DeLido Apartments at Chamblee Dunwoody and North Shallowford roads.  An attorney from Troutman Sanders and Sue Mied of Madison Property Management became perhaps the first visitors to the DHA to seek to reduce the number of people living in their development.
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Would the “recomposition” of the 4 bedroom apartments into one and two bedroom apartments  have an effect on the local school population? 

According to the October, 2017 DeKalb County Schools Resident Attendee Map:  http://www.dekalbschoolsga.org/documents/planning/2017/student-north.pdf, there are currently 21 elementary school students (school feeder is Dunwoody Elementary), 5 middle school students and 8 high school students) in residence at the DeLido Apartments.  

One comment on “Will Changing DeLido Apartments Have an Effect on Local Schools?

  1. This question was asked and answered during the meeting, even though the info didn’t make the article. Families are given the option of relocating to a different apartment within the complex or leaving and they have up to a year to decide.
    Video is available in the link

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