SANDY SPRINGS, GA (WXIA) -- If your neighbor plans to build something in his yard that increases traffic on your block, should you get a say in how it all comes together?
That's the heart of a debate that not between two people, but between two neighboring cities.
Proposed construction is set precisely on the Brookhaven and Sandy Springs border at Old Johnson Ferry Road.
If Sandy Springs approves a mixed use development on the border, expect more housing, office buildings and – if you ask the Brookhaven mayor – traffic.
Brookhaven mayor Rebecca Chase Williams plans to speak out about this before another city's government this week.
"I think we just feel like we were left out of the loop on communicating about this particular development," Williams said,