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Inside Traffic trauma Riverside Drive residents nervous about roundabouts COMMUNITY 4

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MAY 16 — MAY 29, 2014 • VOL. 8 — NO. 10

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Advice offered to high school grads COMMENTARY 6

Crutches, canes

Rotary club recycles medical equipment MAKING A DIFFERENCE 10

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Marvel over folk art, a metal horse and ‘piggy hill’ ROAD TRIPS 14-15

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Autumn Perrmann, 2, and her mom Nadia help decorate a shopping cart, part of the activities at the Community Assistance Center’s 2nd annual “Food ‘n Fun” Festival on May 10. The festival, held at Morgan Falls Athletic Complex, offered a shopping cart parade, music, games and fitness contests. More photos on page 22.

Developers say Roswell Road needs overlay zone BY ANN MARIE QUILL

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Mayor Rusty Paul likens Roswell Road to a broken and worn tiara, with the proposed City Center as the crown jewel in the middle. But, he said, the tiara needs to be refurbished. “I think Roswell Road has the potential to be . . . where we all gather, where things happen. Instead of avoiding it, it’s a place where you want to go.” Paul was speaking to a crowd of about 50 people gathered when the Sandy Springs Council of Neighborhoods held its annual meeting May 13 at the Heritage Sandy Springs building. The voluntary neighborhood advocacy group hosted Paul along with a panel of local de-



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