SANDY SPRINGS, Ga. -- A $55 million development in Sandy Springs was put on hold for 30 days, Thursday night, after residents in another town complained about the traffic gridlock it could bring to their way.
The apartments and office buildings are proposed right on the border of Sandy Springs and Brookhaven at Old Johnson Ferry Road.
Sandy Springs voted to take thirty days to look a little closer, not only at how this plan will affect their city, but how it will affect people in Brookhaven.
The proposed 305 unit mixed-use development is designed to be built in the already crowded Pill Hill area near Northside Hospital.
That idea brought two words to Brookhaven resident Constance Jones.
"Insanity traffic," she said.