Speed bumps for Parkview Drive?

Derma mayor and board of aldermen agreed to look into the possibility of adding speed bumps to Parkview Drive during their February meeting.
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Bruce board appoints public defender; Suber not going to deed property to town

Bruce mayor and board of aldermen appointed Jacob Allen as the town’s new public defender at their monthly meeting last week.
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‘City board awards bid for library renovation project

Calhoun City mayor and board of aldermen awarded the bid to Gear’s Construction, lowest bidder, for the town library renovation project at their monthly meeting last week.
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Vardaman to contract meter reading service

Vardaman mayor and board agreed to contract water meter reading and to move the county’s recycling bins during their monthly meeting last week.
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Hubbard qualifies to run for Pittsboro mayor

Alderwoman and Vice-Mayor Cindy Hubbard is the first to qualify for the special election to become the next mayor of Pittsboro.
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Special election set for Pittsboro mayor

Qualifying has begun for a March 5 special election to see who will succeed the late Reda Bullard as the next mayor in Pittsboro.
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Calhoun City board considers street light request

Calhoun City mayor and board of aldermen discussed street lights, approved the town depository, appointed park directors and more at a meeting last week.
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Bruce begins condemnation proceedings on Suber property

Bruce and Vardaman town boards both held very brief meetings last week immediately following the New Year’s holiday. The Bruce board discussed imposing a possible fine for those illegally dumping trash in dumpster in Bruce Park. No official action was taken.
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Derma buys rifles for police department

Derma mayor and board of aldermen approved a letter demanding property cleanup and purchased rifles for police department at their Jan. 2 meeting.
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Bruce board tackles range of issues

The Bruce mayor and board of aldermen approved a new ordinance, put a new requirement on restaurants, declined to change the dog ordinance and heard an audit report in Tuesday’s meeting.
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