GORDON COUNTY, Ga. — One small town in north Georgia’s Gordon County has been dissolved.
Governor Brian Kemp signed a bill into law earlier this week that removes the charter for the Town of Ranger, Ga.
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According to census data, the town of Ranger had a total population of 107 in 2021.
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The charter was granted to Ranger, officially making it a town, in April 1979.
The Gordon County Government says they will now take over providing governmental services to the people of the former town.
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