To the Editor

If we really want Sandy Springs to be a pedestrian/bike friendly city the only way we can demonstrate that is by supporting the bike lane.

Yes, the cost is high, but the rewards of making Sandy Springs a more attractive destination for an apartment/home/business population is to be forward thinking and consistent in its philosophy of planning an attractive living community for work and play.

Yes, it has to make sense for tax payers (and I’m one of them) not only for the immediate plan but for the future.

Let’s not be short sighted.

Kaethe Solomon

40 year resident of Sandy Springs