The Sandy Springs Library, located at 395 Mount Vernon Highway, recently reopened after a nearly yearlong renovation project. It closed in August 2018 and was supposed to reopen in March, but the project was delayed. The Sandy Springs Library is the sixth library in Phase II of the Atlanta-Fulton County Library System’s library building program to reopen since construction began in August 2018. The design/build team of Hogan Construction, mcmillan|pazdan|smith architecture and Chasm Architecture provided all design, engineering and construction services for the newly renovated library.Officials attending the library’s ribbon-cutting ceremony included, from left, County Manager Dick Anderson, District 1 County Commissioner Liz Hausmann, Fulton COO Ellis Kirby, District 1 Sandy Springs City Councilman John Paulson, system Executive Director Gabriel Morley, system board member Paul Kaplan, Commission Chair Robb Pitts, system board members Nina Radakovich and Phyllis Bailey, District 2 Commissioner Bob Ellis and Councilmen Andy Bauman (District 6) and Chris Burnett (District 3). / Special

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