The five candidates for the Sandy Springs City Council District 3 seat recently reported their business and property interests.
The personal financial disclosure reports are required by the state to show any potential conflicts of interest.
Suzi Voyles, the executive director of the Fulton County Republican Party, was the only candidate who reported no business interests or property ownership besides her own home. The other candidates reported various business positions and land holdings.
Burnett is best known as the market president of the Bank of Sandy Springs. But he also holds the position of corporate secretary at Rivershore Construction, Inc., a commercial real estate ownership and management business based at his home address. He also reported owning a “vacant lot” on Lake Lanier.
Eufinger, co-founder of a school test-taking prep business, reported owning the house at 700 Glenridge Close Drive in Sandy Springs as a rental property.
Houseman, a Delta Air Lines pilot, is a board member of the Delta Pilots Charitable Fund. He is also a “silent partner” in a Cartersville, Ga., real estate company called KLH Holdings. He reported owning rental properties in Cartersville and in Tennessee.
An attorney, civil engineer and former city judge, Young is also owner of a short-term rental condo in Florida called “Margarita Memories on 30A.” He also reported a fiduciary duty as executor of the estate of Margaret Hatter Young. Young has ownership interests in four Kentucky farms. He and wife Kyle also made a detailed disclosure of their investment interests, which involve holding stock in many major corporations, most of which are not local. Some of the metro Atlanta corporations they invest in include Coca-Cola, Southern Co. and SunTrust Banks.