Calhoun City seeking best interest rates

Calhoun City mayor and board of aldermen asked the town clerk to renew the “large certificate of deposit” for six months at whichever local bank provided the best rates during their December monthly meeting.
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Historical status sought for Vardaman’s Front Porch

Vardaman mayor and board of aldermen met briefly last week for their December meeting.
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Vardaman to waive fee for businesses with dumpsters

Vardaman board of aldermen voted unanimously at their November meeting to waive the $15 monthly garbage fee for local businesses who have a commercial dumpster.
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Derma alters legal hours for local pool hall

Derma altered legal operating hours for a local pool hall and accepted a grant to repair town wells at their November meeting.
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Bruce board hears bus issue; talks pit bulls

Bruce mayor and town board heard a complaint at their November meeting from a school bus driver about a recent incident involving someone passing while the bus’ stop sign was extended.
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‘City board seeking grants; purchase items for fire department, police

Calhoun City board agreed to seek several grants, made some purchases and an appointment at their November meeting.
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Calhoun City tennis courts receive welcomed makeover

Calhoun City mayor and board of aldermen recently invested $7,000 into renovating the town’s tennis courts.
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Calhoun City gets grant for paving; will fix tennis courts

Calhoun City Mayor Amye Hill announced to the board of aldermen at their October meeting the town has been approved for a small municipal grant for road paving.
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Bruce board discuss pit bull exception

Bruce mayor and board of aldermen discussed a local dog issue and proceeded with a project for a new roof for City Hall and the Adult Education Center at their October meeting.
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Derma board gives pay raises to employees

Derma mayor and board authorized pay raises for some town employees following an executive session at their October meeting.
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