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Deal to move Atlanta Braves is approved

...foundation has been laid for our future success," said Ben Mathis, Cobb resident and incoming chair of the Cobb Chamber of Commerce.Mathis said the stadium is the perfect type of project for a public-private partnership because everyone stands...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/sports/baseball/2013-11-26/deal-move-atlanta-braves
Cobb County to pay $300 million for Braves stadium

...million from a new $3 per-room, per-night charge for surrounding hotels and motels. Brooks Mathis with the Cobb Chamber of Commerce said the deal has the support of the business community and noted there were no plans for residential tax increases...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/sports/baseball/2013-11-14/cobb-county-pay-300-mill
City of Atlanta didn't want to compete financially with Cobb County to keep the Atlanta Braves

...stronger, and it helps us become more than a suburban community," said Brooks Mathis, an executive with the Cobb Chamber of Commerce who helped negotiate the deal. "We are going to see huge benefits for many, many years to come especially having...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/sports/baseball/2013-11-12/city-atlanta-didnt-want-
U.S. Rep. Gingrey defends rape comments

...pregnancy would not occur. He's partly right on that."He made the comments to the Smyrna Area Council of the Cobb Chamber of Commerce.Gingrey said that he has been an OB-GYN since 1975 and that he understands pregnancies."And I've delivered...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2013-01-11/us-rep-gingrey-defends-rape-c
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...James Ronald Davis , a native of Augusta, has been named Citizen of the Year for 2007 by Smyrna Division of the Cobb chamber of commerce. UGA honorees The following area residents have been honored at the University of Georgia, Athens: Dean's...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2008/01/03/ric_178943.shtml
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Machinists vote with midnight deadline

...Lockheed is a very integral part of the business community in Cobb County," said Bill Cooper, president of the Cobb Chamber of Commerce. "We hope they can come to some sort of resolution. Nobody wants to see a strike."

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/03/10/bus_255694.shtml
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