“This would help them stay in business hopefully until the tide turns with the pandemic,” Perry said before the vote. “It would reduce the amount that they’re due us for the sake of trying to save operations for our city.”
In 2019, Sandy Springs and Phoenix Gymnastics entered into an agreement in which the business would pay the city $90,000 annually for use of the gym. That amount was adjusted in October 2020. Phoenix paid the city $33,500 that year, Recreation and Parks department documents show.