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The Cobb County Board of Education approves the same three-furlough-day plan it rejected Thursday as three members change their votes.
Opinion, The Neighborhood Files
Last year was the first time since the 1940s that it hasn't been in the top five, the Social Security Administration reports.
Only one person spoke during the only public hearing scheduled on the Cobb County School District's proposed $841.9 million spending plan for fiscal 2013.
The West Cobb high school's full $14.5 million project will get another vote for school board approval May 9.
The 6-1 vote keeps the school district moving toward final budget approval May 17, but no Board of Education members seem happy with the plan to close a $62.5 million deficit.
Government, Local Connections
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But an additional 1,700 county residents went to work in February, according to the Georgia Labor Department.
The elections board's decision means a July 31 referendum is likely, and sales could start Aug. 12.
The Lady Indians take the battle for Powder Springs and the AAAAA Georgia championship over Hillgrove, 69-36.
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Just in case you leave Powder Springs, now you'll know the best places for Latin flavors throughout the area.
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