Trisha Thompson - President
Colin Lichtenstein -
First Vice President
Doug Falciglia - Treasurer
Margaret Brown - Secretary
(one per city council district)
District 1 - TBA
District 2 - Trisha Thompson
District 3 - Barbara Malone
District 4 - Tochie Blad
District 5 - Doug Falciglia
District 6 - Susan Yeosock
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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2015 SSCN Annual Meeting
Thanks to everyone who came to our April 23 meeting and thanks for showing such enthusiasm! We presented “Zoning 101” where attendees learned about how the city's zoning process works and how we can make a difference in shaping our city!
Link for the "Zoning 101" Presentation here
Link to the President's Annual Letter here
Ashton Woods/Mercedes/Glenridge Hall
Here is PDF one and PDF two of the Ashton Woods / Mercedes / Glenridge Hall project that have been presented by Ashton Woods. The designers for the project are DPZ, nationally famous planners. The Community Zoning Information Meeting (CZIM) for this project is now scheduled for Tuesday, May 26th, at City Hall at 7:00. These PDF’s were provided by Rob Barger, an active resident of nearby Spalding Woods - and Ashton Woods has agreed to their posting. For information on the process for this re-zoning please see the link above for "Zoning 101" Presentation.
Please join us as we continue to advocate for the betterment of Sandy Springs neighborhoods. 2015 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
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.
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