Another excellent article from Dyana Bagby.
Dunwoody city attorney: DeKalb schools code enforcement up to state
I believe these comments from Lynn Deutsch are the most salient concerning the trailer "issue".
Deutsch said the recent arguments by the Jesters and others over what the city should be doing when it comes to code enforcement of DeKalb schools buildings actually buries the bigger picture issue of the school district not abiding by state law.
“The argument has gotten framed in such a way that the important point has been lost, that the school system is not doing what they’re supposed to do … and I think there are a lot of reasons for that,” Deutsch added. She did not elaborate further.
“It is the utter failure of the school system to do what they know is required,” Deutsch said.
“[A]nd we’re pretty powerless, from your take, to penalize them?” she asked.
“The power to penalize [DeKalb schools] goes to the state board,” Riley answered.
Click the following link to read the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the City of Dunwoody and DeKalb County School Board of Education: http://www.jkheneghan.com/city/meetings/2017/May/05082017_MOU_DeKalb_BOE_IGA_inspections_portable_classrooms.pdf