In speech to members of Dunwoody and Sandy Springs chambers of commerce, Georgia Department of Economic Development Commission Chris Carr called the two cities “a great example of communities that get along and do things the right way.”

“Great things are going on in Georgia, nothing more important that what’s going on here in Dunwoody,” he said.

He cited the office development under way for State Farm Insurance Co. in Dunwoody and state plans to improve the Ga. 400-I-285 interchange as significant projects under way in the area.