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City of Dunwoody & The Opioid Crisis

On tonight’s Dunwoody City Council meeting agenda, an Alabama-based attorney is asking to represent the city in suing drug manufacturers, and to take 1/3 of any money awarded to the city.

Aside from the potential of the city get some unknown amount of $$, the posted presentation is completely void of details:

WHO asked for this attorney?HOW they were chosen?WHY the city wants to do this?WHAT is in it for the city except for some $$?WHAT the city would do with the $$?
Further, what’s missing is the VISION of how we are engaging in protecting the health and welfare of our residents TODAY. Big grandiose lawsuits are opaque and may be litigated to infinity, taking years & years to come to a close. 

Our police force is out there responding to 911 calls. What about all of the pieces that happen BEFORE a 911 call is needed? 

Since our city’s inception, the mantra has been a “small government” that outsources practically everything. A couple of months ago I asked the city to put me in touch wi…

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