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Here are some of the top headlines from Northeast Cobb and nearby Patches for May 11.
The lawyer who brought the redistricting suit wants to lop off a piece of East Cobb, while the county commissioners ask to slice off part of the Kennesaw area.
The elections board's decision means a July 31 referendum is likely, and sales could start Aug. 12.
But neighbors’ Sunday experiences since November should dampen expectations for a surge in Cobb County alcohol sales.
The Georgia Party brings forth the Marietta Declaration as an instrument to limit government.
Almost all Atlanta-area localities that had it on the ballot approved Sunday package sales of alcohol.
Elections board makes 79-vote approval official in Monday meeting.
Cobb County’s SPLOST election was decided by less than one-fifth of 1 percent of the votes cast, but that’s not close enough to trigger an automatic recount of the results.
The sales tax extension passed by 79 votes in unofficial results; now what?
Both sides continue to rally citizens for Tuesday's balloting.
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