Doc Green’s Salad & Grill opens in center at south Sandy Springs
Doc Green’s Salads & Grill opened a new restaurant at the Roswell/Wieuca Shopping Center, 4367 Roswell Road, in North Buckhead on Jan. 25.
As part of the grand opening festivities, 10 percent of all sales on January 26 and 27 went to benefit the Sandy Springs Fire Department. “Doc Green’s is proud to partner with the Sandy Springs Fire Department,” says Eric Williams, local Doc Green’s franchisee partner. “We appreciate all that the firefighters do for our community and we are glad to have this opportunity to give back.”
The city of Sandy Springs Fire Rescue has a station at Wieuca Road, near the new Doc Green’s location.
The Fish Store and More moves after 20 years
After 20 years at 3145 Peachtree Road, N.E. in Buckhead, The Fish Store and More has moved to Sandy Springs. The new location is at 6600 Roswell Road in the Courtyard complex.
The Fish Store and More is known for stocking one of the areas most varied freshwater and saltwater fish along with hard-to find-corals, aquariums and supplies.
The reasons given for the move from Buckhead were parking and traffic. The store is open six days a week and is closed on Tuesdays.
Todd Wright joins Bank of North Georgia
Todd Wright has joined the Bank of North Georgia as a business banking relationship manager at the bank’s Sandy Springs office, 280 Sandy Springs Circle. He has worked in the banking industry for over three years.
Wright is responsible for managing a portfolio of small business customers within the Sandy Springs and Dunwoody community. Prior to joining Bank of North Georgia, he worked for Wachovia Bank as a small business financial specialist in the same communities. Wright, who lives in Canton with his wife Lisa, is a member of the ALTA and USTA tennis organizations.
Rep. Price addresses first SSPC breakfast
Congressman Tom Price was the featured speaker at the first breakfast meeting of the new Sandy Springs Perimeter Chamber of Commerce, Jan. 28 at the Westin Atlanta hotel at Concourse.
Price touched on a number of items during his talk, including funding for Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) programs and dealing with the drought situation.
Price said he met with new GDOT Commissioner Gena Abraham and was told the agency is only able to fund 2,400 of the 6,000-plus active projects.
Relative to the drought, Price suggested a three-pronged solution: sue Florida and Alabama to get the Supreme Court involved in a decision on draining Lake Lanier, build reservoirs outside the Corps of Engineers jurisdiction and use the delegation’s influence to pressure the Corps of Engineers into reducing the flows from lakes Allatoona and Lanier.
The next SSPC monthly breakfast Monday Feb. 11 Westin Atlanta with Dr. Betty Seigel as the featured speaker.