Either David Banks or Kathleen Angelucci is your representative on the if you live in Northeast Cobb since the Georgia General Assembly enacted new post borders Thursday night.
To since 2000, the expands the geography covered by eastern districts and creates a clockwise domino effect. throughout the process.
The reappointment map doesn't make it clear who is representing what for those of us who live in unincorporated Cobb in ZIP code 30066.
It appears that David Banks' Post 5 will lose , , , and .
Banks lost some territory on the west side of his post to Kathleen Angelucci’s Post 4 and picked up some of Sweeney’s area to the south and east. Sweeney’s post, in turn, spread south into Smyrna and Vinings to take in part of Tim Stultz’s Post 2.
“As best I can tell, Post 5 will pick up and , , and ,” Banks wrote in his David’s Grapevine email newsletter.
In East Cobb, now sits in Banks’ district, while across the street is in Sweeney’s. The student populations for both schools are divided between them.
Many schools fall close to the border, including , , and .
Northeast Cobb Patch will offer clearer information when we get it, but be sure to pay close attention to your next voter registration card.
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