Powder Springs mayor opts not to seek reelection
by Meris Lutz
04:33 PM, Wednesday, September 02
Powder Springs Mayor Pat Vaughn announced Wednesday that “after much heartfelt and prayerful consideration,” she would not seek re-election.

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