A three-day hearing on whether the Bibb-Monroe county line is in the right place wrapped up late Wednesday afternoon.
For three days, lawyers and surveyors traded testimony in Atlanta on documents, history, archaeology and the county line's origin nearly 200 years ago.
At stake are 900 acres and dozens of homes that could move from Bibb to Monroe, along with their tax revenue.
Testimony is centering around a pre-Civil War ferry across the Ocmulgee River, used to mark the original county line in 1823.
But the two counties have disputed the line for decades.
Three years ago, they hired Warner Robins surveyor Terry Scarborough to confirm the line, to try to settle the matter.
But Bibb County objected to his findings, which would move the line into what is now Bibb County.