A dispute over whether the annexation should alter school district boundaries has put the 744-acre annexation proposal on hold. That means the area won’t be part of the city until December at the soonest.
The Atlanta City Council is debating whether the annexation should change the area from DeKalb’s school system to Atlanta Public Schools.
While that issue remains unresolved, the voter base for this year’s city elections remains unchanged.
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