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Local Tributary Favorite Oz Pizza Changing Names and Owners

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Word got out late last week about a southeastern Douglas County pizza favorite closing and switching owners. Oz Pizza, which operates their original location in Fairburn as well as the Tributary location, has been in the Tributary community for the past six years and is considered a community staple. Last week Oz Pizza let the community know they would be leaving the Tributary location. Oz will continue operating at their original location in downtown Fairburn. The news, while sad, is not all bad.  The Tributary Oz was gone as of May 14th, but a new owner is coming in to take over that spot with almost all of the same staff that was employed by Oz. We received word Friday that the new owners will be opening the location back up on May 18th as Rubertinos Pizza, Pasta, and More. The transition is scheduled to take place from Sunday May 15th through Tuesday May 17th. We wish the new owners great success and hope for many years to come!

On Tuesday, their new website will be up: rubertinos.com.

Thank You to Councilman Segal for spreading the word on the new owner.

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