The City of Sandy Springs had two big headlines this weekend.
A Sunday, June 24, article in the The New York Times profiles the city’s public-private partnership model in light of the battles between public sector unions and government in Wisconsin. To read the article, click here.
A front-page story in the June 24 Atlanta Journal Constitution says Sandy Springs is one of many cities in Georgia who haven’t complied with a part of the state’s immigration law. The AJC reports the city did not file reports with the state confirming its enrollment in the federal E-Verify program. To read that story, click here.