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Government, Local Connections
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Sunday sales will appear again on the July 31 ballot.
The elections board's decision means a July 31 referendum is likely, and sales could start Aug. 12.
Cobb County voters, including those in Vinings, decide whether to expand Sunday sales in the March 6 election next Tuesday. But neighbors’ Sunday experiences since November should dampen expectations for a surge in Cobb County alcohol sales.
The Georgia Tea Party brings forth the Marietta Declaration as an instrument to limit government.
Government, Police & Fire
There is a “great police department here (in Cobb), but we do have some problems,” Bill Mull said at Tim Lee's town hall meeting on Monday.
On Wednesday, Smyrna’s Tim Stultz nominated 2011 Vice Chairman Sweeney of East Cobb to be the next chairman of the Cobb school board.
His State of the County address says the tough decisions of 2011 have Cobb in a good place in 2012.
Government, Business, Patch's House & Home
The first of two January hearings is tonight as the county makes its annual revisions to the Comprehensive Plan.
Government, Police & Fire, Business, Holiday Guide
Here's your roundup of top stories from Patches in Cobb, Cherokee, Douglas, Bartow and Paulding counties for Jan. 2.
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