Gateway CID seeks expert employee
by Hilary Butschek
04:00 AM, Tuesday, August 19
Until the fledgling Gateway Marietta Community Improvement District can hire an hourly employee, it won’t have the manpower to complete plans to improve the area on Franklin Road, the group agreed at its Monday meeting. Board member Rube McMullan,...

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