County lobbyists talk transportation
by Hilary Butschek
04:00 AM, Wednesday, January 28
MARIETTA — Attorney Chuck Clay, who is handling the county’s lobbying needs in the Georgia Legislature this year, said transportation funding is the No. 1 issue for the year. During a Tuesday meeting with the Cobb Board of Commissioners, Clay said...

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