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Ideas at City Council retreat

At the first day of the Roswell City Council retreat, City Manager Joe Neeb said the newly released annual report and the citizen survey was covered. Neeb said the annual report is important because it justifies taxpayer’s dollars and the citizen survey will give the city ideas to concentrate on for the future. A form provided by Neeb stated the survey began in November and closed in February with a total of 642 responses. On Friday night, each city councilor was given an assignment to list their top three priorities for the city, which will be covered in the second session of the city retreat today. Neeb said the city will also begin to compile a list of incomplete city projects and plans. (Alison Penn Photo)

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