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Old 10-19-2009, 10:22 PM
 
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This article raises the possibility, from the words of a state congressman

Rep. Jacobs: Keep eye on annexation (http://brookhaven.reporternewspapers.net/Articles-c-2009-10-15-167211.113118_Rep_Jacobs_Keep_eye_on_annexation.ht ml - broken link)
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Old 10-20-2009, 04:24 AM
 
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I have repeatedly heard that the organizers of the Milton effort want nothing to do with Dunwoody (DeKalb) because they want to stick to Milton's original lines as closely as possible.

Right now, in GA, we can't add any school systems. The constitution was amended years ago to cap them. Forming a Milton County isn't going to be easy on so many levels.
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Old 10-20-2009, 06:18 AM
 
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I have repeatedly heard that the organizers of the Milton effort want nothing to do with Dunwoody (DeKalb) because they want to stick to Milton's original lines as closely as possible.

Right now, in GA, we can't add any school systems. The constitution was amended years ago to cap them. Forming a Milton County isn't going to be easy on so many levels.
Interesting...because the original lines also had nothing to do with Sandy Springs (this has been mentioned in a previous thread).

The original Milton County was north of the river...and DeKalb County use to extend to the river ("Dunwoody in Sandy Springs" or "The Sandy Springs Panhandle" was originally in DeKalb County).
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