• WASS Encourages Balance

    WASS President Sherry Epstein set the tone for the evening at the Sandy Springs Community Forum on June 23, organized by the city in advance of beginning the process of updating the comprehensive plan. Also present were the heads of several local non-profits. Her remarks, reflecting the collaboration of many members, stressed the importance of […]

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  • New Leadership

    New Leadership The presidential baton has been passed. WASS welcomes Sherry Epstein as our new president and thanks Dick Farmer for his years of dedicated service. Sherry has been secretary for WASS this past year and brought a very creative and enthusiastic vitality to our board. Her tenure as president looks to be focused on […]

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  • WASS Joins With Leadership Sandy Springs

    WASS Joins With Leadership Sandy Springs In association with Leadership Sandy Springs, WASS is organizing a clean up walk of Marsh Creek on Saturday, April 26, 2014. Any interested participants need to contact Susan Joseph at 404-252-2322 as soon as possible. Volunteers will meet at North Springs High School between 7-8 am and after a […]

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  • Dick Farmer

    WASS Vice President, Dick Farmer, recently spoke before the Sandy Springs Board of Appeals regarding a petition for a variance to the Stream Buffer Protection Ordinance. The petitioner wanted a variance to allow for an addition and a deck on a single-family home within the buffer zone. WASS strives to preserve all our watersheds and […]

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