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Fulton school board boundary lines changing
Fulton school board boundary lines changing

FULTON CO., Ga. -- The Fulton County School Board discussed how to redraw its representation boundaries at its most recent work session.

This process, called reapportionment, is necessary every 10 years to comply with legal requirements. Population changes can create unequal representation among districts, so the board is redrawing its boundaries to balance it.

The draft maps were unveiled Wednesday:

North Fulton draft
South Fulton draft

The maps show existing boundaries outlined by a thick black line. Each proposed new boundary is designated by a color.

Olive Green -- District 1 (Linda Schultz)
Light Pink -- District 2 (Katie Reeves)
Aqua -- District 3 (Gail Dean)
Dark Pink -- District 4 (Linda Bryant)
Orange -- District 5 (Linda McCain)
Bluish-Grey -- District 6 (Catherine Maddox)
Lime Green -- District 7 (Julia Bernath)

Community members are asked to provide their feedback by emailing communications@fultonschools.org.

After the review process, the maps will be vetted by the Georgia General Assembly.

The last time the school board changed boundaries was in 2001 following the 2000 Census.


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