Upcoming citizen academy starts March 1 in Newcastle

Learn about the inner workings of city government and meet the people behind the scenes.

For three days — March 1, 8 and 15 — at 7 p.m. the Newcastle Library will host Citizens Academy featuring the cityof Newcastle.

The free, three week course will introduce community members to the inner workings of city governments as well asmeet the people behind the scenes.

During the first week, attendees will learn administrative and finance 101 along with the history behind city hall.

Week two will cover community and economic development and public works.

The final week will showcase police, fire and emergency management.

Light refreshments will be provided and a certificate will be provided to attendees following completion of all threesessions.

For more information contact librarian Vicki Heck at 425-255-0111 or by email at vaheck@kcls.org.

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