Student population study is criticized
by Emily Boorstein
04:00 AM, Friday, August 29
A Kennesaw man believes a study projecting student population over the next 10 years is flawed because it does not account for future housing developments. Skip Gunter, a retired engineer who has sent his children through schools in the Harrison H...

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