City of Kennesaw children with disabilities now have a playground that will cater to their needs.
Two members of the Kennesaw City Council and the mayor were sworn in for their second terms in office Monday.
Cherokee Street will undergo a face-lift as part of an agreement between the city of Kennesaw and the developers of Eastpark Village.
Developers of the mixed-use project Eastpark Village say they need the city to make amendments to their agreement in order to move forward, including adding almost 100 new homes.
Kennesaw’s gymnastics program will not get the facility they fought for in phase 1 of the new $10 million to $11 million recreation center, the City Council decided this week.
City officials say architects have stopped work on the partially completed construction drawings of Kennesaw’s new recreation center to be built in Adams Park and warn late changes to the project could drive up the cost and delay its opening.
Construction is estimated to be completed by Christmas or early next year on Kennesaw’s new Inclusive Playground at Swift-Cantrell Park.
A temporary withdrawal was approved recently by the Kennesaw City Council about a variance request for property along Pine Mountain Road and Wellcrest Drive that was submitted by developer Beazer Gain, LLC.
A Cobb County church has opened its doors to law enforcement officers and first responders who may need a place to take a pit stop or a grab a few refreshments for the road.
Officer Scott Luther, a Kennesaw police spokesman, said the agency can use that info to more quickly investigate a crime.