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The Intrenchment Creek Trailhead is mainly wooded and quiet — some would rather see a park with more amenities, if the county will pay for them. Credit: Maggie Lee

About Maggie Lee

Maggie has been covering Georgia and metro Atlanta government and politics since 2008, contributing over the years to The Telegraph (Macon), Patch, Kennesaw State University’s Center for Sustainable Journalism, Creative Loafing and others. Maggie had her first SaportaReport byline in 2017. Find her on Twitter talking about #gapol and #atlpol

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The Intrenchment Creek Trailhead is mainly wooded and quiet — some would rather see a park with more amenities, if the county will pay for them. Credit: Maggie Lee
US Capitol by Mike Procario/ CC BY-ND 2.0
Clockwise from top left: Esther Anne, board member for Maine-Wabanaki REACH; Jill Savitt, president and CEO of the National Center for Civil and Human Rights; Nelson and Joyce Johnson, co-executive directors of Beloved Community Center in Greensboro, North Carolina; Shelly Marc from the office of U.S. Congresswoman Barbara Lee and Gail Christopher, Executive Director of the National Collaborative for Health Equity. (Zoom screenshot)
The Intrenchment Creek Trailhead is mainly wooded and quiet — some would rather see a park with more amenities, if the county will pay for them. Credit: Maggie Lee
A screenshot of the Zoom meeting of the Development Authority of Fulton County on Aug. 25.
"New South," a labor-themed sculpture created by Julian Hoke Harris for Grady Hospital (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
Mailboxes outside an apartment building