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JUNE 14 - JUNE 27,2013 • VOL. 7 - NO. 12
Pick of the crop
will manage public
BY DAN WHISENHUNT
Four north Fulton cities will pay Commdex Consulting
$200,000 to manage a new public safety radio system.
But Commdexs earlier involvement as a consultant for
the radio project has drawn criticism from the city of Johns
Commdex Vice President of Operations Chuck Bethea
says that Commdexs role in the project has been misrepre
sented by Johns Creek and the media.
Johns Creek was supposed to partner with Sandy Springs,
SEE CONSULTING FIRM, PAGE 6
Ben Walker and his daughter Mary Claire, 3, admire fresh
sunflowers at the Sandy Springs Farmers Market on June 8. The
market, open Saturdays between 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m. through
Oct. 26, is located on Sandy Springs Circle.
Another photo on page 20.
BY DAN WHISENHUNT
Residents of Sandy Springs’ Huntcliff neighborhood live
well, Homeowners Association President Dane Seibert says.
The people living in the more than 450 homes surround
ing the Cherokee Town and Country Club have all of the
finer things in life within reach.
While the country club stands
in the center of the neighborhood,
the residents also have their own
clubhouse, where they can swim
and play tennis. They ride hors
es at the Huntcliff Equestrian Center, a rival of the horse
park in the Chastain neighborhood. They hold impromp
tu dinners on hills overlooking the hilly and winding streets
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