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If the transportation tax doesn't pass, "it would be the worst thing ever happened to Atlanta," David Connell said.
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The Country Store of Seven Springs, which will shut its doors at the end of July, is one in a line of businesses to call the building home since the mid-1800s.
Research conducted at Georgia State University compares the total distribution of jobs in number and income throughout the state.
The West Cobb business specializes in in-home recuperative, respite and dementia care.
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The event will include refreshments, gun manufacturers and a raffle contest for a Glock 19 pistol.
Any professional in their 20s and 30s can be nominated, but only chamber members can win.
Henry Lust says the aim for him and his staff will be to put students ahead a grade level.
The facility in Cobb is expected to bring 700 jobs to the area.
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