DeKalb legislators talk transit, cityhood
by Christine Fonville
11:50 AM, Monday, December 22
Transportation, the special purpose local option sales tax, annexation and education were just some of the topics during the DeKalb chamber’s 2015 legislative preview forum last week. Panelists included District 86 State Rep. Michele Henson, D-Sto...

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