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Other Marietta residents who voted Tuesday differed on whether the theater should be built.

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"The kids need all the help they can get today," he said.

the Journal this week urging residents to vote for the theater, said she too was enthusiastic. Schafer is president of the parent teacher association at Marietta High, where her daughter, Katy, is a junior.

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"I just think there's better use of the money," he said.

MARIETTA By a slim majority, Marietta residents agreed Tuesday to issue a $7 million bond for construction of a 750 seat theater/auditorium at Marietta High School. The project is expected to be finished by August 2013.

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The district tentatively plans to pay off the bond with money brought in from a SPLOST IV, which voters will likely decide in 2013.

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Marietta Superintendent Dr. Emily Lembeck, who said in the past that the school system has had to rent facilities for about $1,000 a day for similar uses, was very happy with the outcome.

Wilfredo Alfaro, 33, voted for the theatre. He has four children, two of whom attend Marietta schools.

"I'm glad the voters chose to support something that will benefit our students and our community to a great degree," she said.

Lembeck said she tried to educate the public as much as she could about the Air Force Shoes Black And White bond and help them understand the need for it.

Turnout was about 26 percent, with 6,959 of the 26,649 registered voters casting ballots. Results of all of Tuesday's votes will be certified Monday morning.

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About 53 percent of voters, 3,664, supported the $8.9 million theater that will be paid for with a $7 million, 5 year obligation bond and $2 million from the district's building fund. The vote was tight, with 3,295 voters opposing the bond, a difference of Air Force Easter

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"The way they put it, it will be the only one of its kind in Cobb County," said the truck driver who has lived in Marietta for 13 years. "My kids are in elementary school now but it will be for my kids one day."

One Marietta resident who voted against the theater is Dan McHugh, 53. He is an environmental consultant who has three children, all of whom graduated from Marietta High School.

"I am proud of Marietta City voters and their commitment to Marietta City Schools in providing the best education for our students," said Marietta school board vice chair Randy Weiner, who spent the night at home watching the votes come in online. "I look forward to breaking ground as soon as possible. I'm really excited."

just 369 votes.

Izzo votes whenever he can, specifically for the future of the young people, he said, because it's a privilege and responsibility.

The theater will be built on the east side of Marietta High School, where a courtyard is now, and should take 12 to 18 months to construct.

The theater will be used for school functions, performances, rehearsals, competitions and festivals, community events, lectures and staff development meetings. The school district has about 1,150 employees and about 8,270 of students.

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"I am very happy. Having a high school without an auditorium is a negative. So many people buy houses based on the high school, based on its capabilities and we're happy that we'll have the same capabilities that every high school in Cobb County does and more," she said.

Although an architect Bob Sussenbach with CGLS of Atlanta has already prepared plans for the theatre, it will still be several months before construction begins, district spokesman Thomas Algarin said.


Marietta School Board Chair Jill Mutimer, who along with other board members unanimously agreed last October to put the question to voters, said she was thrilled with the vote results.

Jack Izzo, a retired barber who has lived in Marietta for about 30 years, voted the same as Alfaro.

Sussenbach was paid $425,000 to design the Air Force Nike Colours

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Marietta High will get its theater

However, during the day she continued campaigning, emailing and calling people to go out and vote.

"That's really the key, to get people to the polls you want to make sure that people who weren't planning to go (vote in the Republican primary) still go," she said.

Preliminary estimates showed that the theater was going to come in at $11.2 million, but after Sussenbach was told the cost could not exceed $9 million, he revised the design, reducing the number of seats to 750 from 900 and brought the cost to $8.9 million, or about $12,000 per seat.

"I am very appreciative of the support of the voters for this need," Mutimer said. "I look forward to the construction of the theatre and students, as well as the community at large, benefiting from the facility."

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Schafer said she spent the night "biting (her) nails" waiting on the results to come in with half a dozen friends.

"If you don't vote, you shouldn't say anything about what's going on," he added.

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