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January 5, 2014 12:00 AM

Community issues for 2014

A new year has arrived, bringing with it a new consolidated Macon-Bibb County government. For many years, consolidation was one of the top issues we explored each January. Now that our consolidated government is all but five days old, it’s only fitting that the new government remains on our top issues list for a host of different reasons.

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