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Sunday Sales Revote Set for July 31

If Cobb voters again say yes, Sunday sales will start in unincorporated areas Aug. 12.

A Paulding County judge has made it official: All of Cobb County will vote again on Sunday package sales of alcohol July 31.

Superior Court Judge Arthur Fudger signed a consent order Monday between the county and plaintiffs who challenged the March 6 referendum in which , The Marietta Daily Journal reported. The order was filed Tuesday with the clerk's office.

Former state Rep. Roger Hines of Acworth , arguing that the county was wrong to exclude residents of Cobb's six cities from the countywide vote. Fudger received the case because Cobb's Superior Court judges recused themselves.

The county Board of Elections and Registration decided March 23 , acknowledging it couldn't win an argument that city residents already voted on the issue when they approved municipal Sunday-sales measures.

The revote will take place July 31, when Cobb voters already have a primary scheduled for state and county races, including Chairman Tim Lee's seat. So the Sunday-sales referendum won't cost more money.

The . In addition to winning in unincorporated areas, Sunday sales received approval in all six cities—; Powder Springs, and Austell on March 6.

If Cobb voters again say yes, Sunday sales will start in unincorporated areas Aug. 12, 10 weeks after the June 3 beginning planned under the original referendum.

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