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Statements from DeKalb County

"The commission form of government is definitely losing favor in the United States."  

"Most of, if not all of, the [DeKalb school construction] projects always came in on or were under budget."

A DeKalb sewer project "will create up to 4,000 direct jobs per year at peak production, many of which will be set aside exclusively for DeKalb residents."

"[T]his breed (of pit bulls) is most often associated with aggressive behavior."

DeKalb County has cut more money from its general fund budget "than any local government in the Atlanta metro region."

Low-flow toilets "can cost homeowners up to $1,000 each."

"For now, we are still below average in the metro region."

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