City eyes $6.5 million for Powder Springs Street f...
by Brittini Ray
01:26 AM, Friday, July 31
MARIETTA — This week, the City Council’s Public Works Committee agreed to spend $6.5 million for a streetscape project on Powder Springs Street between Sandtown Road and South Marietta Parkway. A final vote by the City Council is scheduled for Aug...

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