A1 submitted the second-lowest of five bids for the project, but two including the lowest bid of $806,429 were disqualified.
Residents can have their names or messages engraved on the pavers for $300 each and on the nameplates, which would go on the back of seats in the city’s performing arts center, also known as the Byers Theatre, for $1,000.
Paul was appointed by then-Gov. Nathan Deal in May 2018 to fill a departing board member’s unexpired term. He represented the 6th Congressional District.. The term expired on July 1.
SCORE is a national nonprofit that focuses on providing free mentorship and resources to established and aspiring business owners.
Sandy Springs’ Studio Theatre in the City Springs complex could be packed to the gills next week for the city council’s next work session.
The decision was made at the Aug. 20 City Council meeting in a vote by the Public Facilities Authority, which is composed of the councilmembers.
The concept, referred to by the city as “street connectivity,” is the idea of connecting roads, making commuting easier in larger cities.
City officials want to keep up with the rapid growth of the city with new roads and ways for people to travel without their car, creating a more grid-like system.
The Georgia Department of Transportation turned down a request to cover half of the additional cost, Roswell staff said. As a result, Roswell and Sandy Springs will have to contribute a total of $156,077.50 each.
He estimates the tree to be 125 to 200 years old. It sits beside a similarly massive white oak 4.5 feet in diameter that is healthy enough to stay, but Barnett said he’ll have to keep an eye on it.
The city will allocate to the program up to $50,000 each year from its fee-supported Tree Fund. Trees will be planted in city rights of way, parks and on private parcels.