Cumberland CID board talks zoning, bridge design
by Ricky Leroux
04:00 AM, Friday, August 29
CUMBERLAND — The leaders of the Cumberland Community Improvement District are taking steps to prepare the area ready for a coming tenant: the Atlanta Braves. At its monthly meeting on Thursday, the CID’s board discussed gathering information to po...

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