Council denies Hertz Rent a Car bid
by Bobby Tedder
05:12 PM, Wednesday, April 16
Sandy Springs officials have rejected a plan that would have brought a national car rental chain to the city’s central corridor. Applicant Sandy Springs Plaza Investments LLC’s bid to move a Hertz Rent a Car into its 6780 Roswell Road location fel...

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