Trisha Thompson - President
Acting V.P. - Alan Toney
Margaret Brown - Secretary
Doug Falciglia - Treasurer
(one per city council district)
District 1 - Craig Gilchrist
District 2 - TBA
District 3 - Marlise Landeck
District 4 - Tochie Blad
District 5 - TBA
District 6 - Susan Yeosock
D 1-2: Ronda Smith "Citywide"
D 3-4: Matt LaMarsh
D 5-6: Pamela Jeter
Sandy Springs, Georgia is a really great place to live, work, and play. The Sandy Springs Council of Neighborhoods (SSCN) is a volunteer group of Home Owner Association Officers (HOAs) who pool our knowledge of local regulations, policies and key contacts. We work with elected officials, citizens, community organizations and businesses to keep Sandy Springs' neighborhoods strong and vibrant.
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New District 3 Special Election Runoff - Tuesday 6/21/16
Voters will choose between the candidates receiving the two highest numbers of votes in the June 24th Special Election, Chris Burnett and Joe Houseman.
In addition to the SSCN Voter Guide links provided below, more information on the candidates and voting details may be found at the following links:
City of Sandy Springs Website – District 3 Special Election Information Link
Reporter Newspapers Online Voters Guide – Chris Burnett Link
Reporter Newspapers Online Voters Guide – Joe Houseman Link
Special Election Voter Guide
Sandy Springs Council of Neighborhoods (SSCN) worked with the League of Women Voters to produce a voter guide for the May 24th, Sandy Springs District 3 Council seat, Special Election. All candidates were invited to participate. The League of Women Voters and SSCN do not endorse any candidate and the questionnaire responses are published exactly as submitted by the candidates under these guidelines: Candidate Bio of 200 words or less and Question responses of 150 words or less. The guide is comprised of the links below, presented in alphabetical order by last name and as individual documents.
Burnett Eufinger Voyles Young Houseman did not respond
Link to the 2016 President's Annual Letter here
Link for our 2015 "Zoning 101" Presentation here
GDOT Releases Visualization Of Proposed
I-285/400 Renovations Link
Please join us as we continue to advocate for the betterment of Sandy Springs neighborhoods. 2016 HOA dues are $75 which contribute toward operating costs. Download our Membership Registration Form here (Word document). Mail the form and your HOA check for $75 to:
PO Box 76154
Sandy Springs, GA 30358
You can now pay by credit card via PayPal! If you do, we will still need the Registration Form (link above) sent to us. Thank you.
Thank you for your participation as we continue to advocate the success of Sandy Springs.
More info: DougFalciglia@SandySpringsCouncil.org
To identify common issues, to achieve common goals, and to stabilize, preserve, protect, and enhance the quality of Sandy Springs' neighborhoods and community.
SSCN seeks to bring together all homeowner and condominium associations of Sandy Springs in an effort to unify the community, pool knowledge and talents.
All homeowner and condominium associations are urged to join SSCN and participate.
SSCN Newsletter (sign up above)
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