Council mulling performing arts center
by Bobby Tedder
11:23 AM, Friday, July 11
Sandy Springs residents will soon be given an opportunity to weigh in regarding the possibility of a performing arts center being incorporated into the city center development project. Following Wednesday’s special called meeting at City Hall to d...

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