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Waldron to lead Fulton County supervisors, targets tax control

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The new chairman of the Fulton County Board of Supervisors identifies himself first and foremost as a property owner when explaining his priority will be to reduce taxes during his term. William Waldron was unanimously elected chairman of the board during a reorganization meeting Wednesday. He is a retired systems specialist who worked for IBM for 30 years. The chairman serves a one-year term and is paid $9,880. Other supervisors are paid $7,505. Waldron is ...


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