Threat or Ideology?

At the risk of getting a little political (and maintaining my bizarre interest in the new Sandy Springs city) –
This is either a threat to Fulton County to buy the new city some leveraging power or it is true small government conservatism. Take your pick.

Nine days after Sandy Springs opted for a divorce from Fulton County, the committee also adopted a plan that could limit Fulton’s role in serving the new government and cost some county employees their jobs.

With little discussion and no dissent, committee members agreed to ask for proposals from private companies to provide key city services instead of contracting with Fulton. Services that could be privatized include parks, a 911 call center, street maintenance and even the regulation of adult entertainment.

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