Sandy Springs, only 16 years old, has a lot going for it. Consider: Money and Safewise magazines label it one of America’s safest cities (overall crime has dropped every year since 2013), 24/7 Wall Street named it the best Georgia city to live in and it qualifies for a coveted Moody’s AAA credit rating. However, its mayoral and City Council elections (as in many other Georgia cities) provide a snapshot between candidates with radically different visions of issues ranging from public safety to neighborhood integrity. 

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