Raises for Cobb officials in Legislature’s hands
by Ricky Leroux
04:00 AM, Saturday, December 20
MARIETTA — The salaries of several government officials in Cobb County is controlled by the Georgia General Assembly, but one senator thinks this should change. In Cobb County, about 20 positions have salaries controlled by the Statehouse, includi...

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