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The committee's vote comes weeks after an Atlanta education policy group suggested some scholarship money was used at a Cherokee County religious school that ban gay, lesbian, transgender and bisexual students.
"It did not address spending, entitlement or tax reform in any meaningful way," he said on his Facebook page this afternoon.
Government, Police & Fire
Among the highlights: An arrest was made in connection with last week's bomb threat at the Pilgrim's Pride processing plant on Univeter Road. The Canton City Council did not raise senior garbage rates.
Before Thursday's vote, seniors were staring at the possibility of a $3.50 hike in their monthly garbage bills.
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The public will have limited access to the Georgia State Archives effective Nov. 1.
Among the highlights: St. Paul AME celebrated 115 years. Cherokee marked the 11th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. The health department issued a rabies alert.
Celebrating that hope, keynote speaker Johnny Weaver said Tuesday during Cherokee's Patriot Day Ceremony, is how you honor the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
The ceremony at the Cherokee County Public Safety Memorial featured speakers, choirs, bands and more.
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