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Land purchases move forward Sandy Springs park, intersection projects

Land purchases approved by Sandy Springs City Council Jan. 16 will move forward a new park and a long-awaited intersection redesign.

A $39,500 purchase of flood-plain land in the panhandle will allow the city to link its new Crooked Creek Park to a currently inaccessible part of the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area via a walking trail.

And about $171,000 is buying the city five of eight parcels needed as right of way to rebuild the Roswell Road/Glenridge Drive intersection, which is in the design phase.

Crooked Creek Park

The city’s park is 5 acres of wooded property at Spalding and River Exchange drives. The city already owns the property, but it lacks any particular amenity or identity as a park.

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