Marietta Board of Education agrees to pay Northcut...
by Aimee Sachs
04:00 AM, Wednesday, October 22
The Marietta Board of Education agreed Tuesday to pay $460,083 to the architectural firm hired for the Northcutt Stadium renovation. The board voted 5-0, with Jeriene Bonner-Grimes absent, to adjust its payment to the firm. Board member Jill Mutim...

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Cobb Board of Education letter talks Ebola plan
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