Students in Kennesaw State University’s Master Craftsman Program are in a unique position of having their creativity incorporated into public spaces around the city.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Posted: May. 15, 2019
Four proposals were submitted with bids ranging from $39,999 to $114,000. Lose Design, which has an office in Lawrenceville, was awarded the project for a cost not to exceed $85,000.
Source: Marietta Daily Journal | Posted: May. 8, 2019
Community members, local business owners and art enthusiasts are invited to learn more about key findings and recommendations of the 55-page draft of the Kennesaw Public Art Master Plan during these meetings.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Posted: May. 1, 2019
The city of Kennesaw will be celebrating “Georgia Cities Week” April 22-27. The city will be holding a variety of events throughout the week, including hosting Wake-Up KBA, a City Hall Open House and a digital scavenger hunt.
Source: Marietta Daily Journal | Posted: Apr. 23, 2019
A 118-room Avid hotel is planned for Kennesaw. The project will come to a roughly three-acre site at 1550 Hickory Grove Road, according to documents submitted to the Cobb County Community Development Agency.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle | Posted: Apr. 2, 2019
The city of Kennesaw has unveiled eight decorative manhole covers created and designed by students enrolled in the Kennesaw State University Master Craftsman Program. The covers are located at City Hall Plaza, which is behind Kennesaw City Hall at 2529 J.O. Stephenson Avenue.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Posted: Mar. 21, 2019
Royal American Development requested the combination of five parcels into one parcel for properties along Sardis and Main Street for the approximately 5 acres in the Central Business District (CBD) zone.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Posted: Mar. 12, 2019
Owned by the city of Kennesaw, Smith-Gilbert Gardens, 2382 Pine Mountain Road, is a 16-acre botanical garden with more than 3,000 species of plants.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Posted: Feb. 21, 2019
Because of Macon’s new skate park, more competitions such as 2017’s Mactown Smackdown, which brought in skateboards from as far away as Pennsylvania, will be taking place in Central City Park, Kennedy said.
Source: Macon Telegraph | Posted: Feb. 18, 2019
The bill would expand the park by eight acres, to include the Wallis House and Harriston Hill, sites of historical interest for their role in the Civil War. That land is currently owned by Cobb County and the Cobb Land Trust.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle | Posted: Feb. 18, 2019