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City Council

City council fails to override mayor’s veto of access ordinance | Local News | #citycouncil

ANDERSON — The Anderson City Council failed to override the veto of an ordinance that would have provided access to the city’s operational records. The council Thursday voted 5-4 to override the veto of the ordinance passed in December and later vetoed by Mayor Thomas Broderick Jr. Six votes are required to override a mayoral veto. […]

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Alabama

Alabama becomes latest state to ban TikTok on government devices | News | #elections | #alabama

MONTGOMERY— Alabama has joined more than a handful of other states in banning the use of social media app TikTok on government state-owned devices and networks. Recently, national security officials have warned of the growing threats posed by the video-sharing social media app TikTok, which is owned by Chinese company ByteDance and potentially subject to […]

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Alabama

UAB professor part of group awarded grant to research election ballot security | #elections | #alabama

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) – The National Science Foundation awarded a group, including a UAB professor, a grant to research election ballot security. We are only one month away from the 2022 general election here in Alabama and with every election comes the discussion about election security. Most elections rely on hand-marked ballots where voters fill […]

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Alabama

UAB professor part of group awarded grant to research election ballot security | #elections | #alabama

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) – The National Science Foundation awarded a group, including a UAB professor, a grant to research election ballot security. We are only one month away from the 2022 general election here in Alabama and with every election comes the discussion about election security. Most elections rely on hand-marked ballots where voters fill […]

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Alabama

UAB professor part of group awarded grant to research election ballot security | #elections | #alabama

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) – The National Science Foundation awarded a group, including a UAB professor, a grant to research election ballot security. We are only one month away from the 2022 general election here in Alabama and with every election comes the discussion about election security. Most elections rely on hand-marked ballots where voters fill […]

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Alabama

Alabama AG joins coalition to issue stern warning to Google | Alabama | #republicans | #Alabama | #GOP

(The Center Square) – A stern warning has been issued to one tech company regarding the internet, Alabama Republican Attorney General Steve Marshall said. The state’s top law enforcement official has notified Google, telling the tech giant to not block or remove crisis pregnancy centers in the state from online searches for abortion services. Marshall […]

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City Council

Reno City Council plans public hearing on building code changes | Free | #citycouncil

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Mayor

Online reservations have cut beach traffic, mayor says | News

Gloucester’s switch to an online parking reservation system that provides digital daily passes for out-of-town beachgoers this summer has cut beach traffic, city officials say. So far, revenues collected online instead of at the gates or through the former seasonal non-resident stickers is in line with past summer tourist seasons, according to Mayor Greg Verga. […]

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City Council

Joplin council to hear plan to renovate City Hall’s first floor | Local News | #citycouncil

A $300,000 plan to renovate parts of City Hall’s first floor as offices for the city’s neighborhood improvement division and public safety team will be outlined at Monday night’s City Council meeting. A cost breakdown in city documents regarding the proposal lists the need to add or upgrade security cameras to the spaces, install computer wiring […]

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City Council

Marion City Council to hold special-called meeting on May 31 | Marion News | #citycouncil

Marion City Council will hold a special-called meeting on Tuesday, May 31 at 1 p.m.  The meeting will address Resolution 2022.05.31.001 concerning the “refinancing of a previous city loan with Marion Community Bank.” Due to COVID social distancing rules will be observed and will have limited seating. Meetings can be viewed via Zoom. Zoom meetings […]

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