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Commentary: Answers to the property tax sticker shock

Commentary: Answers to the property tax sticker shock

Like many others, I received a shock in late May in the form of my Annual Notice of Assessment from the Fulton County Board of Assessors (BOA). My assessment went…

Ex-Riverwood athlete’s book tells a legendary runner’s story

Ex-Riverwood athlete’s book tells a legendary runner’s story

Raven was a South Beach running legend. Laura Lee Huttenbach was new to Miami, looking to make her new residence a home. Huttenbach, a Sandy Springs native and former Georgia…

Fulton property tax assessments rolled back amid outrage

Fulton property tax assessments rolled back amid outrage

Amid outrage over a huge boost in property assessments, Fulton County is rescinding appraisals for residential properties and asking the state legislature for new laws to prevent a repeat of…

After Handel’s win, parties look ahead to 2018

After Handel’s win, parties look ahead to 2018

The GOP can breathe a little easier after Republican Karen Handel’s victory over Democrat Jon Ossoff in the special election for the 6th Congressional District seat after a campaign that…

Joining the circus in Buckhead with Imperial OPA

Joining the circus in Buckhead with Imperial OPA

Timothy Mack is one of those guys who really did run away and join the circus. Now he gathers performers to join his own, the Atlanta-based Imperial OPA circus. Surrounded…

Threatening letter, powder mailed to Fulton GOP headquarters

Threatening letter, powder mailed to Fulton GOP headquarters

The Fulton County Republican Party headquarters in Sandy Springs received a threatening letter containing a white powder on June 21. The powder turned out to be harmless Arm & Hammer…

Howard announces another run in state Senate District 6

Howard announces another run in state Senate District 6

Days after Jon Ossoff’s loss in the high-profile 6th Congressional District race, another Democrat is echoing his call to “flip the 6th” –  the state Senate’s District 6, that is.…

Sandy Springs business owner talks transportation at BBA

Sandy Springs business owner talks transportation at BBA

It doesn’t have to be as difficult as it is to navigate public transportation options and find places to park, the owner of Sandy Springs business Passio Technologies said at…

Sandy Springs may mandate affordable housing

Sandy Springs may mandate affordable housing

Sandy Springs may mandate affordable housing in large multifamily developments, a major policy change proposed in its new draft zoning code. It would be the city’s first-ever affordable housing mandate,…

Residents, developers debate Sandy Springs’ latest zoning code draft

Residents, developers debate Sandy Springs’ latest zoning code draft

Sandy Springs on June 16 rolled out the latest draft of its new zoning code, which includes updated strategies to require affordable housing and cap gas stations, among many other…

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