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The current member of the Cherokee County Board of Education will lead her peers next year.
The Cherokee native will be sworn in on Thursday.
The rezonings are for professional office and residential properties.
Two outside audits showed that the vity of Woodstock's finance department kept poor records.
The congressman from Marietta said that the addition of political rhetoric in the President's remarks is what made him decide to leave Thursday's prayer breakfast.
The first issue of Woodstock Scene Magazine is expected to be distributed in March.
The interviews were held at a called City Council meeting Wednesday night.
If the E-SPLOST doesn't pass in November, officials say property taxes will need to be raised.
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