Cherokee Tribune – Commissioners to retreat to Adairsville

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Jan

Cherokee Tribune – Commissioners to retreat to Adairsville

CANTON — The Cherokee County Board of Commissioners announced Tuesday it will head to Adairsville next week for its annual retreat.

Commission Chairman Buzz Ahrens said during the board’s meeting Tuesday that it will discuss topics ranging from economic development to historic preservation and ethics at the 2014 retreat at Barnsley Gardens on Jan. 16 and 17. Other topics will include Cherokee’s strategic plan and a review of 2013, as well as the outlook for 2014.

Ahrens said Wednesday the purpose of the retreat was so commissioners could gather in a more relaxed environment than they normally experience at regular meetings, which are more rigid and formal.

“It provides an opportunity to sit down unencumbered and talk about things without time constraints,” he said. “It’s intended to be open-ended and no-holds-barred. It’s really interactive and it’s actually a lot of fun. And it’s extremely productive.”

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