Sandy Springs city manager honored
by Staff Reports
12:35 PM, Saturday, May 30
The city of Sandy Springs Friday announced City Manager John McDonough received the 2015 Pride of India Award from the Indo-American Friendship Group. The award honors leaders from a variety of business, professional, social and cultural sectors f...

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