Voters to cast ballots on president, sewer tax
by Neighbor Staff
10:42 AM, Sunday, February 14
While the March 1 election across metro Atlanta will be dominated by the presidential primary, voters in the city of Atlanta will have another question to answer other than which potential commander-in-chief they want to cast ballots for. Voters i...

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