Residents in the Druid Hills neighborhood, one of the oldest and wealthiest communities in the Atlanta area, will soon consider a key question about their future: Should they stay or go?
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Informational materials will be sent by the Druid Hills Civic Association to about 4,500 households within the next few weeks. At some point this fall, residents will be surveyed to find out whether they prefer to to remain part of unincorporated DeKalb County or become part of the city of Atlanta.
Annexation into the city of Atlanta could occur in several ways, including approval by the Atlanta city council or Georgia General Assembly and a majority of affected voters.