Longtime Town Center CID employees set to retire
by Hilary Butschek
04:00 AM, Friday, November 28
Marietta — Two longtime employees of the Town Center Area Community Improvement District announced this week they will retire together at the end of the year. Lanie Shipp and Mary Lou Stephens, the CID’s executive director and communications direc...

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