Attorney: Don’t let vocal minority stop commentary
by MDJ Staff
01:14 AM, Wednesday, July 08
Marietta attorney Justin O’Dell is urging residents to voice their thoughts on the county’s bus rapid transit proposal known as Connect Cobb. O’Dell co-chaired the advocacy group that saw the $750 million 1 percent special purpose local option sal...

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