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Mill Creek council falls short strategically
Published: Wednesday, November 26, 2014, 12:01 a.m. Guest commentary / Mill Creek Council financial issues Mill Creek council falls short strategically In my opinion, the Mill Creek City Council is...
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Economic Development Committee
Outward Bound: When is taxpayer-funded city trave...
Earlier this week, Mayor Javier Gonzales flew to Washington DC to take part in a conference of a national organization celebrating elected Latino officials like himself. He justified the trip, which...
Read more at Santa Fe Reporter
National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials
LOIS ELIZABETH CRAN
Lois Honeyfield, the daughter of Harry and Hilda (Kurtz) Honeyfield, was born January 3, 1925 at Raton, New Mexico where she was raised and educated. Lois was working as a file clerk when she met Andy...
Read more at The Fort Dodge Messenger
United States Army
Council: Dance the Last Dance ...
The days dwindle down to a precious few, and the calendar shows only one more meeting for this historic, seven-member edition of the City Council. Not sure if they'll have any ceremonial recognition...
Read more at The Austin Chronicle
Grimes: Modern Georgia owes much to former govern...
Former Georgia Gov. Carl Sanders died last week at the age of 89. He served one term, from 1963 to 1967, but in that short span, the groundwork for modern Georgia was laid. The time and the man met,...
Read more at Athens Banner-Herald
Metro Buzz: Is there a Metro ‘Council curse’?
Councilman Trae Welch is the latest victim of what the Baton Rouge council members jokingly refer to as the “Council Curse.” At least the last five members of the Metro Council who have sought...
Read more at The Advocate
C. Denise Marcelle
19th Judicial District Court
Givens Excited About Opportunity to Help Run Sena...
FRANKFORT, Ky. (WBKO) -- Greensburg resident and state Sen. David Givens, R-Greensburg moved into a senate leadership role Tuesday. He will be the new senate president
. His party elected him...
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WBKO Bowling Green
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The way forward from Ferguson
CNN’s split screen said it all Monday night. On the left, the nation’s first African American president, pleading for calm following the decision by a grand jury in Ferguson, Mo., not to indict...
Read more at The Charlotte Observer
The Newest Obscure War Among Republicans
Who's winning, who's losing, and why. Wonk WarsYou may not know who runs the Congressional Budget Office, but Republicans may go to blows over who gets to run it next. The Congressional Budget...
Read more at Slate
Congressional Budget Office
Marquette gathers partners in We Energies tax dis...
We Energies is seeking a reduction in the true cash value of its Presque Isle Power Plant property, which is on the tax roll at about $210 million. We Energies filed a petition in May with the...
Read more at The Mining Journal
On 6th ballot, Gooch elected Oak Ridge mayor
OAK RIDGE — It was a night of emotional farewells, new beginnings and a brief touch of government in gridlock. After four incumbent Oak Ridge City Council members bid goodbye and swearing-in...
Read more at Knoxville News Sentinel
Raise gas tax, Chamber says
INDIANAPOLIS – Every year the state of Indiana loses ground on road funding. And every year lawmakers resist big changes. But the Indiana Chamber of Commerce isn't giving up yet. It is pushing for...
Read more at Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
Dana Point residents speak up against sober livin...
Dozens of Capistrano Beach residents came out to a recent City Council meeting in opposition to sober living homes in their neighborhood. More than 100 people filled the Nov. 18 council meeting at...
Read more at Orange County Register
What really motivated cuts to California’s Senate?
Kevin de León, the state Senate’s newly minted president
, says that eliminating dozens of legislative staff positions, many by layoffs, was “difficult but fiscally necessary.” He and his...
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Kevin De León
Las Cruces council debates exemptions to minimum ...
LAS CRUCES >> Las Cruces Mayor Ken Miyagishima said Monday he's open to withdrawing his support for a set of proposed exemptions to the city's new minimum wage ordinance. Miyagishima, who first...
Read more at Las Cruces Sun-News
Pro Tem Greg Smith
Missouri agriculture bill to get second chance
Missouri lawmakers plan to make a new push next session to pass an agricultural package that could help dairy, cattle and crop farmers — this time, without a contentious deer-ranching provision that...
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Rolla Daily News
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Department of Agriculture
Department of Conservation
Pro Tem Tom Dempsey
Arlington owner beginning repairs on historic hou...
NATCHEZ —Arlington owner Thomas Vaughan is starting external repairs to the historic home. Municipal Court Judge
Tony Heidelberg said Vaughan is making efforts to work on the estate following...
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The Natchez Democrat
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The Associated Press
Wilmington fire chief gets OK to work on merger p...
Although Mayor Bill Saffo asked Martinette to start vetting the proposal, some city council members are skeptical about the details of a possible merger. "We have all these things going for us that...
Read more at The Wilmington Star-News
Cape Fear Public Utility Authority
Shortened holiday week a busy one for Metro Counc...
Between a special hearing this evening on next year’s city-parish budget and a regular meeting Tuesday, the Metro Council has a lot on its plate during this holiday week. A number of issues that have...
Read more at Greater Baton Rouge Business Report
Pro Tem Chandler Loupe
Long announces Senate committee picks, new chairs
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana senators are getting committee assignments that will leave a handful of the chamber's panels with new leaders heading into the legislative session. Republican Sen. Jean Leising...
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Fort Wayne News-Sentinel
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