Sunday, September 8, 2013

First Slice 9/8/13: Fort McPherson commissary shutting doors amid community outcry

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Retired military officials families protest decision to close historic bases commissary
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  • Retired military officials' families protest decision to close historic base's commissary
Several families of retired military members yesterday protested the upcoming shutdown of the commissary at Fort McPherson, the 487-acre historic southwest Atlanta base that is being eyed for potential redevelopment.

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