Hello, people of East Cobb! Nicole Tess Kazora here with your brand new edition of the East Cobb Daily.
First, today’s weather forecast:
Partly sunny and cool. High: 64 Low: 51.
Here are East Cobb’s top three stories today:
- Mt. Bethel Church of East Cobb and the North Georgia Conference of the United Methodist Church are reportedly close to reaching a legal settlement. The dispute revolves around the conference claiming ownership of church property and assets. The church fought back to expedite the conference disaffiliation vote. Details of the proposed settlement were not released Friday evening. (East Cobb News)
- The Republican vote in Cobb County is much higher than originally expected. 4,268 Republicans voted for the Republican primaries in the first three days of early voting. 2,510 Democrats voted for Democrats during the same period. Click the link for a more detailed breakdown of the Cobb County early vote. (Cobb County Mail)
- The East Cobb Cityhood Town Hall will take place on Monday, May 9 at the Olde Towne Athletic Club on Olde Town Parkway. The meeting will be led by the Committee for East Cobb Cityhood to discuss the township referendum. Town Hall attendance will be capped at 300 people residing within the city limits proposed for the referendum. (East Cobb News)
Today in East Cobb:
- Taste of East Cobb At Johnson Ferry Baptist Church (9:00 a.m.)
From my notebook:
- The Cobb County government has partnered with United Way for Greater Atlanta to explore equal access opportunities in the county. Click on to participate in the survey. (Facebook)
- To report a traffic light outage, please call the Cobb Department of Transportation. It is important to notify the service of any breakdown following storms and high winds. (Facebook)
- The Atlanta Braves mascot visited schools in Cobb County. Teacher Ms Puga was recognized for her hard work with front row tickets to a Braves game. (Facebook)
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— Nicole Tess Kazora
About me: Nicole is a freelance writer who graduated from the University of Maryland with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics. Deep down, she enjoys painting portraits in acrylics, listening to political and social commentary, and examining social science research.