|map via Tucker Patch|
Four different proposals swirling around could in theory create at least that many new cities in north and central swaths of Georgia’s third-largest county. But since the boundaries of these would-be cities overlap — mostly in commercial areas highly sought for generating revenue — the battle so far has focused on what the final landscape will look like, not whether the cities make practical sense. Read the rest @ AJC→ Last week, Tucker Patch also attempted to clarify via a crazy quilt of a map that depicts current proposals.
The Civic Association Network (CAN) continues to track updates on all plans.
It all makes you wonder: what if neighborhood associations, businesses and cities in the affected areas spoke with one voice to influence our county government and address the concerns stoking cityhood fever?
Now, that's a fuss that would not fall on deaf ears.