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Local leaders make 2013 resolutions
by Caroline Young
January 02, 2013 02:32 PM | 1508 views | 0 0 comments | 13 13 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Casey Patrick
Casey Patrick
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John Paulson
John Paulson
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Eva Galambos
Eva Galambos
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Helen Cunningham
Helen Cunningham
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As the new year kicks off, leaders from Buckhead, Sandy Springs and Vinings are setting their goals personally and professionally. The Neighbor asked four leaders: “What are your resolutions for 2013?”

Casey Patrick, president of Rotary Club of Vinings:

“That’s an easy one; I want to spend more time with my family in 2013.”

John Paulson, District 1 Sandy Springs city councilman:

“One of my late mother’s [Jean Virginia Paulson] favorite sayings was, ‘Procrastination is the thief of time.’ I want to stop procrastinating in both my work and my personal and city council activities. Procrastination is the thief of time in all three of them.”

Eva Galambos, mayor of Sandy Springs:

“My hope for 2013 for the city of Sandy Springs is that we make progress towards achieving a municipal complex and a prosperous city center.”

Helen Cunningham, executive director of the Buckhead Christian Ministry:

“I really want to make deeper connections with church leaders and other nonprofits so we can really move Atlanta’s response to the working poor to new levels. We need to broaden our reach to the way we respond. We’re resolving to find creative solutions to some problems so we can say ‘Yes’ as often as possible.”
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