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New map combines annexation, cityhood proposals

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New map combines annexation, cityhood proposals

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This post has been updated. 

Decaturish reader Andrew Feury has done all of us a huge favor.

This week, organizers behind a proposal to create a new city in DeKalb County released their map for LaVista Hills. It’s one of several maps floating around that carve up DeKalb. The maps include proposed annexations by the cities of Decatur, Avondale Estates and DeKalb County, as well as the proposed cities of LaVista Hills, Tucker and South DeKalb.

So how in the heck are we supposed to keep track of all of it?

Feury gave us a big assist by creating this custom Google map. It combines all of the maps that are currently on the table. Keep in mind that the maps are constantly evolving and the source material provided by the cities and cityhood groups might be flawed, but it’s nonetheless a heroic attempt to make sense of a complicated, confusing issue.

Take a look. Got suggestions on how to make it better? Email us at editor@decaturish.com. Again, everyone be sure to give Feury a huge pat on the back for his efforts. Hopefully this will make understanding all of this a bit easier.

UPDATE at 4:15 pm on Nov. 20: We’ve received numerous emails from various cityhood and annexation groups. Feury has them all and will add them when he has a moment. Please remember to thank him for his efforts at keeping this map up to date.

Map instructions: 

From your Desktop: To zoom in on the map click the “plus” sign in the bottom right hand corner of the map or do a double left click on any uncolored portion of the map. To zoom out, click the “minus” sign in the bottom right hand corner of the map or double right click on any uncolored portion.

You can also zoom in and zoom out by putting your mouse pointer over the map and using the scroll wheel.

To remove all of the coloration from the map, click the tiny box in the upper left hand corner of the map that looks like a bulleted list. It display a drop down menu. When you see the menu, click on the little box that says “proposals.” This will remove the annexation and cityhood proposals from the map. To add the proposals back, simply check the box again.

From your phone or mobile device: Android and iPhone users can zoom in and out by using their thumb and index finger to enlarge and reduce the map, the same process for zooming in and zooming out of photos.

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