Dunwoody, GA-- The Dunwoody Homeowners Association is now joining the growing number of those questioning a proposed treatment center for girls battling eating disorders.
Neighbors who live on and around Manget Way say there are plans to turn a recently sold $1.2 million home into a treatment center for girls battling eating disorders. They've hired an attorney, Linda Dunlavy, to look into the company behind the project and delve into zoning laws.
"Those children would be receiving medical and psychological treatment in this home. They would not be leaving for any of those services. That's way more than a treatment center, that's a medically facility. It has no business being in a neighborhood," said Dunlavy.