Georgia’s two newest cities are beginning to take shape.

During the latest session of the Georgia General Assembly, state lawmakers passed HB 514 and SB 208 which created referendums to establish the City of South Fulton and the City of Stonecrest. And Tuesday, Gov. Nathan Deal set the wheels in motion for the two cities with the creation of a five-member commission, consisting of a chairman and four others, to oversee the establishment of each new city. 

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