Kennesaw Councilwoman Eaton-Welsh to ask for vote ...
by Hilary Butschek
11:39 PM, Monday, May 04
KENNESAW — Councilwoman Cris Eaton-Welsh intends to ask the City Council to vote May 18 whether to place a binding question on the 2016 ballot allowing voters to impose term limits on the mayor and council. Also on May 18, she will ask the council...

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