• Contacted Powder Springs – got a reply that I was the first to request it. Both the grocery stores that I usually shop at (on Sunday) are in Powder Springs. Would certainly love to be able to continue shopping at those instead of the extra 5 minute drive to Hiram, but I’ll shop in whatever city decides freedom is more important. 🙂

      • kyleinatl says:

        If you’re the first to request it, there’s a chance you might not be getting it, sad to say…though I don’t know what the demographics of Powder Springs are, I never seem to really leave the perimeter anymore.

      • CobbGOPer says:

        It’s cool, once they realize how much sales tax revenue they’ll be losing to Paulding County, Cherokee County, and Fulton County, Cobb will get moving on this.

        • I’m okay with the county delaying until November 2012… we shouldn’t have had a special election for the SPLOST this past March and we don’t need another special election just for Sunday sales. I do want it to pass for the county, but I don’t want the county to spend $400k for it to be the only question on there.

  1. Engineer says:

    A vast majority of Southern Georgia towns not on the list; I’d be a liar if I said I was surprised (although truth be told I’m pleasantly surprised to see Glynn County, St. Marys and Waycross on the list).

  2. chefdavid says:

    This is one of the rare times the legislature has allowed the voters to decide on an issue. So if the local municipality or county doesn’t put it on the ballot are they not denying our rights to decide?

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