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Marietta, GA 30090

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Business License:
770-528-8410
Felony Probation:
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Magistrate Court:
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Misdemeanor Probation:
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Probate Court:
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Public Health:
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State Court:
770-528-2660
Superior Court:
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Tax Commissioner:
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District Four residents invited to informative meetings

cupidIn the continuing effort to keep residents well informed and involved in their community's growth and development, District Four Commissioner Lisa Cupid will host a State of the District address and four town hall meetings this year.


Please mark your calendars and invite your friends, family and neighbors. These meetings will be great opportunities to learn more about what's happening in

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Learn about the food history of African Americans in the South

Celebrate Black History Month at a unique event which will explore the food contributions of early African Americans. "Food History of African Americans in the South" will be held 7-8 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 10, at Switzer Library and 7-8 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 17, at South Cobb Regional Library.
You will explore foods that were brought to America on slave ships and how slaves survived on these foods after they arrived. You will also see how we still eat many of the same foods, but with a healthy twist. Learn how herbs can take the place of salt in

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Honor those who foster diversity in our community

The Cobb Board of Commissioners and the Cobb Community Relations Council invite nominations for the 2015 Creating Community Awards. The purpose of the awards is not only to recognize good works in the county, but also to provide a model and inspiration for the rest of the community. Nominees may be an individual, team, organization or business that has made possible the inclusion of Cobb County’s diverse communities. Diversity could be identified as race/ethnicity, age/generational, religions, disabled, gender, etc. An independent

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Many library events to celebrate Black History Month

Cobb public libraries will host many fun and informative events in celebration of Black History Month and the immense contributions of African Americans to our nation. All activities are free and open

District Four residents invited to informative meetings

In the continuing effort to keep residents well informed and involved in their community's growth and development, District Four Commissioner Lisa Cupid will host a State of the District address and four town hall meetings this year. Please mark your calendars and invite your friends, family and neighbors. These meetings will be great opportunities to learn more about what's happening in

Learn about the food history of African Americans in the South

Celebrate Black History Month at a unique event which will explore the food contributions of early African Americans. "Food History of African Americans in the South" will be held 7-8 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 10, at Switzer Library and 7-8 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 17, at South Cobb Regional Library.You will explore foods that were brought to America on slave ships and how slaves survived on these foods after they arrived. You will also see how we still eat many of the same foods, but with a healthy twist. Learn how herbs can take the place of salt in

Honor those who foster diversity in our community

The Cobb Board of Commissioners and the Cobb Community Relations Council invite nominations for the 2015 Creating Community Awards. The purpose of the awards is not only to recognize good works in the county, but also to provide a model and inspiration for the rest of the community. Nominees may be an individual, team, organization or business that has made possible the inclusion of Cobb County’s diverse communities. Diversity could be identified as race/ethnicity, age/generational, religions, disabled, gender, etc. An independent

GDOT EXPRESS LANES Northwest Corridor

The Northwest Corridor project will improve travel in the I-75/I-575 corridor by adding 29.7 miles of toll lanes along I-75 from Akers Mill Rd to Hickory Grove Road and

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