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Map quest Proposed new cities take first steps community 5

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Hit parade Time to eliminate DeKalb CEO position commentary 10

Sharpshooters Local ‘Annie Oakleys’ enjoy blasting targets around town 11

House hunters Tour of homes features local residences Community 31

Kara D’angelo, 3, boogies with her mother Melissa to the sounds of Rockin’ Rick and Sweet “Tea” Pisaniello during the Food Truck Roundup at Blackburn Park on Sept. 11. The event also included a 9/11 remembrance ceremony. Additional photos on pages 34 and 35.

Time running out to find new city offices By Melissa Weinman

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Residents consider Silver Lake a ‘jewel’ By Melissa Weinman

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With leases on Brookhaven’s city office space and municipal court set to expire Dec. 31, officials are still on the hunt for a more permanent facility for the city to call home. When the city began operations in December 2012, officials moved into two temporary offices, each with a one-year lease. City Hall is located in Ashford Center North, a Dunwoody office build-

The Silver Lake Civic Association is not your typical neighborhood group. Its activities include dredging and dam maintenance for a 28acre lake, and upkeep of the 80 acres of old growth forests surrounding it, said Kris Miller, the association’s president. “The lake today is an unbelievable natural resource,” Miller said.

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