Cobb commissioners delay vote on county filming fees


A proposal to share county film permit revenues with Cobb Travel & Tourism was deemed not yet ready for the big screen by Cobb commissioners.

In 2015, the county established a film permit fee for entities that film at locations in unincorporated Cobb County, and last year the permit fee was increased from $200 to $300.

Under a proposal from Dana Johnson, who heads Cobb’s community development department, Cobb Travel & Tourism would begin receive 75 percent of the permit revenue collected for its efforts in assisting the county with the permitting process.

See more at the Marietta Daily Journal


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