Source: NorthFulton.com

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Roswell overwhelmingly passes $14.7M bond

by Jonathan Copsey

November 07, 2012

ROSWELL, Ga. - Roswell voters overwhelmingly approved a $14.7 million bond for the city to build a host of improvements throughout the city, with 64 percent of voters approving.

Included in the bond is a new fire station east of Ga. 400, new improvements on the Ga. 400- Holcomb Bridge Road interchange and several parks upgrades.

Other local races saw Congressman Tom Price winning re-election along with State Sen. John Albers.

The constitutional amendments to allow a new charter commission and multi-year state contracts both passed.

While Georgia voters supported Mitt Romney for president, President Barack Obama won re-election nationally.