County approves arts contracts without ASO allocation
by Noreen Cochran
11:10 AM, Wednesday, October 22
At its meeting last week, the Fulton County Board of Commissioners in a 6-0 vote approved $725,000 in arts contracts. Charlotte Cain, artist-in-residence for the south Fulton-based Wholistic Stress Control Institute, which received $2,000, said be...

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