Senoia: Say it right... Or, don't say it at all! - DC News FOX 5 DC WTTG

Senoia: Say it right... Or, don't say it at all!

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SENOIA, Ga. -

If you've been in Georgia for very long, then you've probably noticed that not every county or town is pronounced exactly the way it's spelled.

There's sure to be more than a few that come to mind not just in Georgia, but across the U.S., in general. One small Georgia town is gaining national attention because many of its residents can't agree on how to correctly pronounce the town's name.

Just 40 miles south of Atlanta sits a charming little Georgia town. As the backdrop for big-name movie and television productions, including cable juggernaut "The Walking Dead," it's certainly made a name for itself. But, exactly how do you say this name?

Good Day Atlanta's Buck Lanford stepped in to get to the bottom of this heated debate!

CLICK ON THE VIDEO ABOVE TO SEE BUCK LANFORD'S REPORT!

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