By: The News staff of Georgia Weekly Post.
▲ Mayor Denis Shortal of Dunwoody. Dunwoody is a small new little town with less than 13,000 single family homes. It is tucked among small communities of DeKalb County.
The new Mayor of Dunwoody is struggling at the present time, as he tries to to gain his authority and independence since elected by a landslide.
A none elected - self appointed - few dozen members of the Dunwoody Home Owners Association - DHA - is challenging his authority of maintaining a separation between serving on DHA board and combining that with memberships on Dunwooy's regulatory boards appointed by the City council.
The chief antagonist is a local news paper - super market flyer - owner with limited supermarket circulation.
The office of the State Attorney General was called into the political food fight.
Dunwoody is a small new little town with less than 13,000 single family homes.
It is tucked among small communities of DeKalb County.
DeKalb county government and DeKalb Republicans are known for constant political scandals.
A State representative was arrested recently for speeding while intoxicated and having miners in his SUV.
Almost the entire GOP and political establishment including a DeKalb state senator, were ordered to court and questioned in a state Court after beating up a journalist at one of their GOP meetings.
A county judge ordered the arrest of one of it's officers who refused to apologize to the News reporter.
Meanwhile, another scandal hits DeKalb Republicans.
The Commissioner's chief of staff is removed from his office after been caught by the local police smoking crack according to sources and replaced by Mike Davis, the former defeated Mayor of the City of Dunwoody who lost the election in a landslide to Denis Shortal.
Shortal is a former General.
The in-fights in the presidential election level could be seen in miniatures at the local level.