The City of Kennesaw is looking for residents to join a citizen advisory group to offer input on issues and programs. Residents from different parts of the city are invited to apply, but every volunteer will not be selected.
“The goal is for this advisory group to be a fair and balanced representation of Kennesaw’s population,” said City Manager Steve Kennedy. “We want to be sure the group considers the issues faced by our residents regardless of where they live or their particular point of view.”
Interested residents should call 770-429-4544 by Feb. 18. Members of the group will be selected and notified by Feb. 28.
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