State senator vows to find Stockbridge's $6M
by Noreen Cochran
06:16 PM, Friday, February 12
The city of Stockbridge may find itself $6 million richer if a state legislator has his way. District 10 State Sen. Emanuel Jones, D-Ellenwood, challenged the city’s Downtown Development Authority supporters to disprove his statement that the only...

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