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Inside Troubled water Northridge Road bridge replacement coming soon community 2

Swell hotel Luxury complex still in the works community 3

Sandy Springs Reporter

Sept. 20 — Oct. 3, 2013 • vol. 7 — NO. 19

FALL Educatio n pages 13



It really, really happened!

No more chads Official promises smooth Nov. 5 election commentary 10

Sharpshooters Local ‘Annie Oakleys’ enjoy blasting targets around town 11

Moving on Fire marshal, public safety director leaving community 32

Kate Walstad, 3, left, with twin sister Caroline, right, share a little news with mom Stephanie at the Kinchafoonee Cowboys concert at Heritage Green on Sept. 8. The performance was the last in the Concerts by the Springs music series for 2013. More photos on page 38.

‘Master developer’ next for downtown plans

City reviewing tree ordinance

By Dan Whisenhunt

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Phil Mosier

By Dan Whisenhunt

During its Sept. 17 meeting, City Council took the next step in revitalizing its downtown. According to city spokeswoman Sharon Kraun, City Council officially authorized the release of a request for qualifications in

City staff is reviewing policies aimed at protecting the city’s tree canopy at the request of outgoing City Councilwoman Karen Meinzen McEnerny. McEnerny said the tree protection ordinance the city passed in

see City officially, page 8

see Current, page 8


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