Buckhead group hands out four awards
by Everett Catts
07:42 PM, Thursday, July 24
The Buckhead Business Association Thursday presented four awards during its signature luncheon at The Estate on Piedmont Road. Albert D. Maslia posthumously received the Karl A. Bevins Service Award, named for the city of Atlanta’s first traffic e...

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