Kennesaw City Council discusses edits to ethics code
by Ricky Leroux
04:00 AM, Thursday, October 02
The city of Kennesaw is one step closer to adopting a new code of ethics for members of its government. At a work session for the Kennesaw City Council on Wednesday, James Walth, chairman of the city’s Board of Ethics, presented the latest draft o...

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