Will the Lakeside High School area and its 50,000 residents form a new city?
The newly formed Lakeside City Alliance wants to study the question.
The nonprofit, chaired by Northlake-area resident Mary Kay Woodworth, will hold its first public meeting at Lakeside High on Feb. 13. It released a statement Wednesday that said the study area would "be bounded roughly by Interstate 85 to the west, Clairmont Road to the south, Chamblee-Tucker Road to the east and Pleasantdale Road to the north."
The Alliance wants area residents to have more "local control of police services, parks and zoning.”
The group plans a series of public meetings to introduce the map of its proposed boundaries.
To become a city, the state legislature would need to approve the idea and then residents would have to vote in favor of it.
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