City of Roswell approves rezoning for special lear...
by Erika Wells
11:40 AM, Tuesday, February 09
The city of Roswell will allow for families of students with dyslexia and other related learning challenges to get the additional help they need. The council voted unanimously to approve a rezoning request for the Swift School to build east of Old...

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