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Transform 285/400 lane closures through July 28

Transform 285/400 lane closures through July 28

The Georgia Department of Transportation has announced the latest round of lane closures and other traffic changes for Transform 285/400, its massive project to reconstruct the I-285/Ga. 400 interchange. The…

Retiring city attorney recalls Sandy Springs’ founding, legal battles

Retiring city attorney recalls Sandy Springs’ founding, legal battles

When City Attorney Wendell Willard retired on July 1, Sandy Springs lost more than its familiar legal voice. He played a key role in the city’s 2005 incorporation, which sparked…

A local ‘King’ of fresh food and frozen treats

A local ‘King’ of fresh food and frozen treats

Russell Honderd pinched off a piece of red pepper and popped it into his mouth. “These are some of the sweetest peppers we have,” he said, standing behind a box…

Planning Commission OKs Sandy Springs zoning code with change, dissent

Planning Commission OKs Sandy Springs zoning code with change, dissent

Sandy Springs’ new zoning code won city Planning Commission approval July 20 – with one big policy-changing request and one dissenting vote over the haste to approve the still-unfinished document.…

Sandy Springs Planning Commission to review new zoning code July 20

Sandy Springs Planning Commission to review new zoning code July 20

The new Sandy Springs zoning code will get its second review by the Sandy Springs Planning Commission at a July 20 meeting. A recommendation vote is possible, and the code…

Burnett announces Sandy Springs Council re-election run

Burnett announces Sandy Springs Council re-election run

Sandy Springs City Councilmember Chris Burnett will run for re-election to his District 3 seat this fall, he announced July 19. “It is a privilege to represent the citizens of…

Sandy Springs targets security companies to reduce false alarms

Sandy Springs targets security companies to reduce false alarms

After receiving over 10,000 false fire and police alarms last year, Sandy Springs is making a major legal shift to put alarm companies, rather than alarm-users, on the hook for…

Bauman, Paulson to run for Sandy Springs Council re-election

Bauman, Paulson to run for Sandy Springs Council re-election

Sandy Springs City Councilmembers Andy Bauman and John Paulson will run for re-election this fall, they announced July 17. Bauman is an attorney, real estate investor and co-founder of the…

Registration open for Sandy Springs Lightning 5K/10K

Registration open for Sandy Springs Lightning 5K/10K

Registration is now open for the 27th annual Sandy Springs Lightning 5K/10K races, which will kick off the Sandy Springs Festival on Sept. 23. The run is a popular start…

Latest lane closures on I-285, Ga. 400 through July 20

Latest lane closures on I-285, Ga. 400 through July 20

The Georgia Department of Transportation has announced the latest round of lane closures on I-285 and Ga. 400 for the massive interchange reconstruction project. The closures affect a single lane…

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