Sandy Springs’ city manager resigns

Sandy Springs’ city manager has resigned after serving less than two years in the position. CITY OF SANDY SPRINGS
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Sandy Springs’ city manager has resigned after serving less than two years in the position. CITY OF SANDY SPRINGS

Sandy Springs’ city manager has resigned after serving less than two years in the position.

City spokesman Jason Fornicola confirmed in an email to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Tuesday that Andrea Surratt resigned her position. Fornicola did not provide further details but said the city would possibly “have more information to share soon.”

Currently, Dave Wells serves as deputy city manager and Kristin Smith is assistant city manager. Both were promoted to their positions in March 2020.

Surratt was managing more than 500 employees and a fiscal year 2022 budget of about $145 million. She started her Sandy Springs position in December 2019 at a salary of $222,000 after managing the administration and budget in Bozeman, Montana. In Sandy Springs, she replaced John McDonough, who resigned after serving 14 years to become city manager of Greenville, South Carolina.

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