The push to make the Buckhead business section of Atlanta a separate city is picking up steam and will be on the agenda for the 2022 General Assembly. It will debate and consider whether to pass enabling legislation if proponents fulfill basic cityhood criteria required by state law.

Concerned residents have just formed a Committee for a United Atlanta to, according to its press release, “communicate and educate on the dangers of the attempt by some to separate selected portions of Buckhead from the city of Atlanta. Prominent attorney Linda Klein and former State Rep. Edward Lindsey will co-chair the campaign. Rick Warren, principal at Price Waterhouse Coopers, will serve as treasurer.” 

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