Acworth city attorney, solicitor see pay increase
by Ricky Leroux
12:28 AM, Tuesday, July 07
ACWORTH — The city of Acworth’s attorney and solicitor both received raises on Thursday, which Acworth Mayor Tommy Allegood said was the city’s way of thanking them for not raising fees during the recession. “We just felt like it was a great oppor...

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