Dunwoody’s Green Market has been granted a surprise 30-day stay at its Post Office parking lot site, but the city is hoping there will be a resolution to the vacate order this week that will keep the popular farmers’ market in Dunwoody Village.
City Manager Warren Hutmacher shared that information at a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Dunwoody Homeowners Association Sunday night at the North DeKalb Cultural Arts Center.
Asked after the meeting if a move to privately owned land rather than city, state or federal property would cause zoning issues for the Green Market, Hutmacher said no.
Hutmacher said if the market, which operates on Wednesdays from 8 a.m. to noon from mid-April to mid-November, moves into the privately owned parking area of Dunwoody Village that it would fall under that property owners’ commercial zoning. In that case, he said, the