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City manager in Americus eager to move forward

AMERICUS, GA (WALB) - The new city manager in Americus is ready to get his city back to where it used to be. Steve Kennedy began his third week on the job Thursday.

Kennedy is still evaluating all of the departments, but he said the city employees are a big asset to Americus. He said he looks forward to getting all of the city, county, and state leaders on the same page going forward.

"The, the mission that I'm seeing that I have to be a part of is to get all those pieces to come to same table," said Kennedy.

Kennedy said he looks forward to working with downtown developers as well.

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