Officer Scott Luther, a Kennesaw police spokesman, said the agency can use that info to more quickly investigate a crime.
Sixty percent of expenditures go to personal services, which include employee salaries and benefits. Four percent of the budget, about $590,000 will go to the reserves.
The City Council on Monday approved a contract with Playground Creations to make the upper playground at Swift-Cantrell park more inclusive for $449,933.25. The current setup includes nine slides, 11 swings and a play structure with ADA ramps and sensory boards.
Councilman James W. Eaton, a chiropractor, a professor at Life University in Marietta and a U.S. Army veteran, is opposed by Karen Gitau, a senior accountant, and Antonio Jones, a small business owner.
Drobney said the city will study how other municipalities are handling the issue in order to make a decision.
Around 75 units will be a mix of single-family detached homes and stacked condo buildings - a reduction from the 86 residential units approved by the City Council in December 2016.
The development will sit on about 55 acres of land and will include 850 residential units with a mixture of apartments, townhomes and senior living. About 300,000 square feet will be put to commercial use, including retail, self-storage, office space and restaurants.
Qualifying fees are $576 for mayor and $360 each for at-large council posts 1 and 2 - based on 3 percent of the gross salary of each office.
The Kennesaw 911 Department is scheduled for an on-site assessment as part of a program to achieve accreditation. This accreditation will verify the agency meets professional standards, according to a city statement.
The Kennesaw City Council held its first discussion this week on the recommended general fund budget of almost $24.4 million for fiscal 2020, which would bring in additional tax revenue by keeping the property tax rate as is.