Kennesaw attorney advises against ballot question
by Hilary Butschek
12:12 AM, Saturday, July 04
KENNESAW — The City Council could backtrack on its previous decision to put a question on the November election ballot asking residents whether they support term limits. Mayor Mark Mathews said city attorney Randall Bentley determined the council ...

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