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Councilman C.T. Martin could get a rec center named after him

Martin's city council colleague proposed the legislation to honor him

Ct C LfileCL fileThe Adamsville Natatorium and Recreation Center could soon be renamed to honor long-time Atlanta Councilman C.T. Martin, according to a city press release."

The city council's community development committee yesterday approved legislation drafted by Councilman Michael Bond which would honor Martin, who's overseen the Adamsville neighborhood for almost three decades.

During his continuing tenure on the council, Martin, among other things, created the city's first youth commission, which advocates for educational opportunities for Atlanta youths.

Martin's term ends in January.

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