by Dan Plevak
The City of Sandy Springs has enacted revisions to its zoning code to be more accommodating to craft alcohol beverage manufacturers.
Recognizing that many of these businesses are not mass production manufacturers and that they play a role in attracting customers and tourists, the City will expand where small manufacturers may open.
The biggest change is that distilleries, wineries, and breweries under 20,000 square feet will now be able to located in commercial zoning districts, (C-1, C-2, and MIX).
With this change the City of Sandy Springs becomes another leader among local jurisdictions to expand and grow the craft beer, wine, and spirits industry.
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