Staff members from the cities of Brookhaven and Sandy Springs recently met privately to discuss Pill Hill’s planning issues.
The meeting included planning staff from both cities and was held Oct. 2 in Sandy Springs. Spokeswoman for both cities declined to say exactly what was discussed. Sandy Springs spokeswoman Sharon Kraun said involved “sharing of information” and “things Brookhaven folks would love to see” but need to be reviewed to see if the wishes are “realistic” and “legal.”
The meeting followed renewed traffic and planning concerns about Pill Hill, the medical center at Johnson Ferry and Peachtree Dunwoody roads that is home to Children’s Healthcare, Emory Saint Joseph’s and Northside hospitals. A new apartment proposal in the area triggered the discussions.