Friday, February 08, 2013

Johnson City Government Classes Are Available
Some cities in our region do this on a regular basis. Other cities do nothing to educate their citizens and bring people into the operation of city government. Johnson City is now accepting applications for the spring class of what they call “JC 101”. Community relations Director Becky Hilbert says it's something the city really believe in and involves people who want to serve.Classes will be meeting on Tuesdays starting March 5. Class size is limited and registration is first come, first serve. Applications are available at City Hall. Call 434-6022 for more info.(CS)

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