A roundup of actions taken recently by Sandy Springs governmental bodies.
The City Council took the following actions during its Nov. 18 meeting:
• Unanimously approved the minutes from its Oct. 21 meeting as part of its consent agenda. The council had deferred those minutes during its Nov. 14 meeting.
• Unanimously approved alcoholic beverage licenses for Walter Henry Schwab of Cabaret Grill & Supper Club, 5920 Roswell Road; Robert Caswick of Hearth Pizza Tavern, 5992 Roswell Road; Noorani Jalal of John’s Package Store, 7227 Roswell Road; Michael T. Fuller of Nori Nori Restaurant, 6690 Roswell Road; and Alberto Mahroum of Oasis Cafe, 350 Northridge Road.
• Unanimously approved a resolution declaring the need for the Housing Authority of Fulton County to exercise its powers within the boundaries of the city of Sandy Springs for the limited purpose of issuing tax-exempt bonds to finance the acquisition and rehabilitation of Hunter’s Glen Apartments, to be offered in part to clients of Mary Hall Freedom House.
• Unanimously approved an intergovernmental agreement with the Fulton County Board of Education for the use of Woodland Charter Elementary School facilities for youth basketball and other purposes. The city will pay $10,000 for one year of use.
• Unanimously voted to appoint John Willis to the Construction Board of Appeals after Jim Wolbrink vacated his four-year term, which expires June 20, 2010. Willis will serve the rest of Wolbrink’s term.
The Planning Commission took the following actions during its Nov. 20 meeting:
• Unanimously voted to rezone 208 Sandy Springs Place for the development of a 24,611-square-foot retail and office building by Sandy Springs Executive Center LLC.
• Unanimously voted to rezone 7355 Roswell Road, 7385 Roswell Road and 690 Dalrymple Road for the development of an 11,800-square-foot CVS Pharmacy by Hartman, Spielman and Wood LLP.