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MAY 30 — JUNE 12, 2014 • VOL. 5 — NO. 11

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We have choices Citizen involvement key to reform COMMENTARY 6

Glad for grads Graduation parties bring on house cleaning ROBIN’S NEST 15

Vals and Sals Area high schools honor top graduates EDUCATION 16-18

Police blotter The city celebrated Georgetown Park’s Grand Opening on May 17 with games, a bocce ball tournament and other activities. Above, Kimberly Morales and her two children, Greyson, 2, center, and Memphis, 5, right, were the first family to use the new children’s playground.

Find out where crime is happening in your area PUBLIC SAFETY 20

Treetop obstacle course moving ahead BY JOE EARLE

Jewish holiday of Shavuot begins June 3 FAITH 22

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Dunwoody city officials are moving ahead with negotiations to install a “treetop obstacle course” in Brook Run Park. Mayor Mike Davis and two members of Dunwoody City Council recently visited a similar facility in Gwinnett County, and during the council’s meeting May 27, they indicated they were impressed by what they had seen. “I went on the course and survived,” Davis said. “I found it incredibly safe, incredibly quiet with 100-plus kids running around. The kids are so concentrated on the tasks, you don’t have that squeal-

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