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Attorney Darren O’Connor addresses the Boulder City Council regarding the Police Oversight Panel Appointments | #citycouncil

Community Corner is local contributions from residents and experts in their fields. See Yellow Scene Magazine’s story released 1/29/2023: Boulder City Council to Vote on Police Oversight Committee Replacement, with Pro-Police Advocacy Groups Playing a Large Role Jan. 17, 2023 Dear Boulder City Council Members, Your vote to approve the potential Police Oversight Panel members […]

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Dalton City Council approves Mill Creek Riverwalk | Local News | #citycouncil

City of Dalton officials say a walking and biking trail connecting the Crown Mill area to Haig Mill Lake Park should be finished by this fall. The City Council voted 4-0 Tuesday to award a $2.234 million contract to Northwest Georgia Paving of Calhoun for the project, currently called the Mill Creek Riverwalk. Mayor David […]

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Dalton City Council to consider contract for Mill Creek Greenway | Local News | #citycouncil

The Dalton City Council meets Tuesday at 6 p.m in City Hall. The council members are scheduled to vote on a contract for construction of the Mill Creek Greenway, a walking and biking trail from Eagle Walk trail to the trail around Haig Mill Lake Park. The Eagle Walk at Mill Creek, a half-mile walking […]

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Dalton City Council meets Monday | Local News | #citycouncil

The Dalton City Council meets Monday at 6 p.m. in the council chambers in City Hall. The council members are scheduled to vote on: • Whether to accept a $1,248,426 bid from Shaw Integrated and Turf Solutions to replace the artificial turf on the soccer fields at Lakeshore Park and the Ron Nix Soccer Complex at […]

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Council begins process of selling city hall | Local News | #citycouncil

City council took its first steps to sell the city hall building this week. City hall, at 230 N. Jefferson St., has just 11 employees and yearly upkeep costs are about $90,000, not including about $1.1 million needed to upgrade the roof and boiler system. To save money, a plan is in the works to […]

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Phoenix City Council approves money to hire 58 positions in fire department | #citycouncil

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) — The Phoenix Fire Department is getting nearly $8 million to hire dozens of people. The City Council unanimously approved the cash on Wednesday. The money will create 58 new positions in the 2023-2024 fiscal year. “This will place more resources in the system that will improve response times so that we […]

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Arkansas Governor-elect names picks to head public safety, emergency management

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KARK/KAIT) – Arkansas Governor-elect Sarah Huckabee-Sanders announced two picks for members of her cabinet Monday morning. According to content partner KARK, Sanders announced her intent to nominate Captain Mike Hagar as the next Secretary of the Department of Public Safety. She added Hagar would also serve as Director of the Division of […]

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Mayor Battle appoints three new City departments, City Council to approve on Nov. 17 | #citycouncil

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WAFF) – Huntsville’s City Council will confirm Mayor Tommy Battle’s appointments of three new department heads on Nov. 17. The three new department heads that will be added to Mayor Battle’s administrative team will be for the City’s police, traffic engineering and cemetery departments. The appointments include Kirk Giles as Chief of the […]

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Scranton City Council to introduce proposed 2023 budget, hold caucuses this month | State | #citycouncil

SCRANTON — City council will introduce the mayor’s proposed 2023 city budget Thursday and could vote to adopt the spending plan as early as Nov. 29, based on a tentative schedule of the budget process. Council will also hold budget-focused caucuses with department heads and administration officials this month. The first will take place Thursday […]

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Ashland’s mayor, longtime fire department member dies

Funeral arrangements have been announced for Ashland’s mayor, Richard ‘Rick’ Grauerholz. The 74-year-old died at his home Friday, according to his obituary. Grauerholz served as the city’s mayor for eight years. The Lincoln native also served with the Ashland Volunteer Fire Department for 40 years and the Rescue Department for 20 years. In a social […]

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