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Calling it for Newbille and Marsh-Carter

With precinct 707 reporting, I’m calling this one for Cynthia Newbille and Nadine Marsh-Carter.

This is a heavy turn-out district, among the most diverse, and home to Josh Williams and Kirsten Gray, the challenging candidates. If Williams and Gray were going to make a run at it, they’d be piling up votes here.

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Thanks for posting!!

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Well, that’s bad news times 2 for the 7th district.

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I think Josh has a great future, but he just picked the wrong fight to start out with. I wish him the best going forward.

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Eric S. Huffstutler
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Yes, sad indeed that Newbille is in office once again. Someone who could care less about historic preservation in the most historic district of the city and possibly state. I know there is more wrong with our city than history but, there should be a balance and not just shrug it off, as she has in years past.

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Dr. Newbille has actively supported–by her presence and by funds–numerous initiatives that help the people and tell the story of the East End. I have worked with her in Greater Fulton for years and I’m delighted that she will be continuing to work to improve our community.

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John,

How about her lead in fighting Pear Street?

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@11 she didn’t take the lead until a large group of citizens attended a meeting and VERY vocally told her they were opposed to that development. Then she did what she was told by the citizens. Prior to that she had been supportive.

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Thanks John, but at the end of the evening she still had not agreed to vote against the project.

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@13 just a little bit of sarcasm.

Eric S. Huffstutler
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John M. One thing that resonates in my mind to this day is how she responded, or rather NOT responded, to the various members of the grassroots group that I was a part of. Others involved included, Jennie and Walter Dotts, John Wentworth, Eugenia Anderson-Ellis, John Hebberd, Waite Rawls, Bill Pettus, Bill Thomas, Cortland Putbrese, Laura Daab, and several others, to approach improper infills, restorations, and preservation issues. This occurred in June 2011 and Newbille met us at the Adam Craig house where we had both a walking and riding tour in the area to point out issues. Upon returning,… Read more »

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I am not going to be confrontational, but my own experiences with her leads me to believe she has little interest just by her actions with us. It may be superficial but it is all I can go on.

I would like to see more involvement with preservation in conjunction with drawing in tourism, rather than leaving our historic community simply flounder, unlike other historic cities.