BRISTOL, Tenn. - The sixth annual Citizens Municipal Academy has been announced for the City of Bristol, Tennessee.
This year's sessions will begin October 17th and run through December 3rd, on each Thursday evening at six o'clock.
The academy is a program to give citizens insight into city services and functions of city departments. Each session will have a different topic and presenter and will take place at various locations in the city.
Registration is free and acceptance is on a first come, first serve basis. To register, visit http://www.bristoltn.org/CMA.cfm, fill out the form, then print it and mail to Citizens Municipal Academy, City Hall, 801 Anderson St. Bristol, Tennessee 37620.
You can also pick up an application at the City Manager's Office in City Hall on Anderson Street or at the Bristol Public Library.
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