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Major Cityhood Mailing; New Precinct Put On Hold

A wrapup of news and notes in the debate on Brookhaven cityhood.

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July 2 marks 28 days until Brookhaven decides whether or not to incorporate, and cityhood proponents and opponents both engaged in major mass mailings over the weekend.

Many Brookhaven residents were greeted with fliers over the week both advocating and opposing municipalization.

Your editor received one anti-cityhood mailer, and two pro-city fliers this past Saturday.

Patch wants to know: did you receive these mailers over the weekend? If so, did they sway your opinion, one way or the other?

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In the meantime, the Reporter Newspapers published an article on Sunday regarding an item Patch readers have been discussing for weeks: the fact that DeKalb County is waiting to see if cityhood passes before deciding on a new location for its North Precinct.

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