🌱 NAP plans for mall + opponents drop lawsuits

Hello everyone. I’m back with your new edition of the East Cobb Daily. Let’s start the day off right, with a quick rundown of everything you need to know about what’s happening in town these days.


First, today’s weather forecast:

A gusty thunderstorm in the afternoon. High: 95 Low: 77.


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Here are today’s top three stories at East Cobb:

  1. North American Properties has released new details of its plans to revamp the East Cobb Avenue shopping center on Roswell Road. The main feature is the construction of two new “jewel box” store structures on either side of the semi-circular development. Renderings also show that the Bravura bridal shop would be torn down and replaced with a new public plaza with a seating area and stage. (MDJOnline.com)
  2. Opponents of Cobb’s failed city-state efforts this week rejected legal challenges to form new cities in East Cobb, Lost Mountain and Vinings. The lawsuits, filed by attorney Allen Lightcap on behalf of residents of the three regions, said the “city lite” formation of the three pushes was an unconstitutional violation of Georgia’s principle of self-government. Cobb Superior Court Chief Justice Robert Leonard declined to comment on the arguments before the referendums, saying that if the referendums failed, the cases would be moot. (Yahoo News)
  3. Toll Brothers, Inc.a luxury home builder, announced the grand opening of its model home at Edgewood East, a new luxury home community in East Cobb. The new model home is a blend of luxury and contemporary design with innovative architecture and stunning interior modeling. “The recently opened Edgewood East model home is an inspiration to our buyers who are looking for a spacious retreat to call home in the heart of East Cobb,” said Eric White, President of Toll Brothers Atlanta Division. (Benzinga)

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Today in East Cobb:

  • Electric Avenue Concert At East Cobb Avenue (6:00 p.m.)
  • Juneteenth – NAACP At Glover Park (6:00 p.m.)
  • Zac Brown Band: Out in the Middle Tour At Truist Park (7:00 p.m.)

From my notebook:

  • Come meet August, Lili, Emily and many other pets waiting to be fostered or adopted at East Cobb area animal shelters. Look at their photos, read their articles and find out how you can make a difference in their lives. (East Cobb Patch)
  • Find out who sold and bought the following residential real estate in East Cobb between May 23-27. The deeds were filed with the Real Estate Department of the Cobb Superior Court Clerk’s Office. (East Cobb News)
  • Come see Ally Venable, one of the few young blues women on the scene, and her band at Eddie’s Attic this Sunday, July 19 at 5:00 p.m. “My vision was to really spread a positive message of love,” says Venable. “The world needs it right now.” (Spotify)

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That’s all for today! See you all tomorrow morning for another update.

Edwin S. Wolfe