Infrastructure improvements coming to east Cobb
by Ricky Leroux and Sarah Westwood
04:00 AM, Saturday, July 26
MARIETTA — About a billion dollars’ worth of infrastructure improvements are coming to east Cobb over the next two to three years, according to Commissioner Bob Ott, who represents the area. Ott also said many of these improvements are unrelated t...

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