Senoia Hopping – In 2006 Main Street had 7 businesses, today 47

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Senoia Downtown Development Authority Chairwoman Suzanne Helfman shows the Senoia Welcome Center on Main Street. 

By SARAH FAY CAMPBELL
sarah@newnan.com
Recession? Not in downtown Senoia.
While the rest of the state and country are still in the throes of an economic downtown, Senoia is hopping.
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