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Residents question crime at SLC parks

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Salt Lake City has 100 parks covering 735 acres, and the crime at city parks is bringing up a big question for residents. Carolyn Crawley asks, “Am I going to be safe at my home?”. Crawley and Brett Matesen are moving into a home across...
SALT LAKE CITY, UT
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WAFF

Councilmembers want to here your voice at redistricting town hall

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WAFF) - City leaders want your input on how to handle growth in Huntsville. For some, that may mean a new city council representative. Councilmembers have to move districts around to address the rapid growth in Huntsville. Everyone is invited to be a part of this redistricting process. District 4 Council member Bill Kling says they’re looking for your input.
HUNTSVILLE, AL
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southtexascommunitynews.com

FEMA Awards up to $13.5 Million for Packery Channel Restoration

CORPUS CHRISTI (News Release) – The City of Corpus Christi has been allocated funding to complete the restoration of the Packery Channel from the damage it received in 2017 from Hurricane Harvey. In total, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) awarded funding for up to $13.5 million of the $15 million needed to repair the channel, walkways, and other areas affected by the storm. The City will contribute the remaining ten percent, $1.5 million, with Island Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone funds.
CORPUS CHRISTI, TX

FEMA Awards up to $13.5 Million for Packery Channel Restoration

CORPUS CHRISTI, TX – The City of Corpus Christi has been allocated funding to complete the restoration of the Packery Channel from the damage it received in 2017 from Hurricane Harvey. In total, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) awarded funding for up to $13.5 million of the $15 million needed to repair the channel, walkways, and other areas affected by the storm. The City will contribute the remaining ten percent, $1.5 million, with Island Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone funds.
CORPUS CHRISTI, TX
2urbangirls.com

Here are the Carson City Council candidates for the November special election

Six Carson residents are vying for an open council seat that became vacant after Lula Davis-Holmes was elected mayor in November 2020. The council voted to hold an election as opposed to making an appointment to fill Davis-Holmes seat. The candidates are: Freddy Gomez, Dr. Sharma Henderson, Michael Mitoma, Christopher...
CARSON, CA
californiaglobe.com

Do Sacramento Residents Want City Councilwoman Katie Valenzuela Working To Fix ‘Broken’ Criminal Justice System?

On September 8, Sacramento’s District 4 Council Member Katie Valenzuela and Mayor Darrell Steinberg published a letter online condemning the murder of 61-year-old Land Park resident Kate Tibbits by a homeless man named Troy Davis. Davis is also accused of raping Tibbits, killing her two dogs, and setting her house on fire, as the Globe reported. He has a long history of criminal charges, including being charged on June 22 with vehicle theft for which he was arrested, but then released without bail which he subsequently failed to appear for in court.
SACRAMENTO, CA
Gonzales Inquirer

Three file to run for District 4 vacancy

Three candidates have filed to run for the November special election for the District 4 Gonzales City Council seat vacated earlier this year by Rob Brown. City Secretary Kristina Vega said Ronda Miller, Thomas Enriquez and Dan Blakemore all filed to run by the Sept. 1 deadline and their names are listed above in ballot order after a drawing for places was held Tuesday, Sept. 7.
GONZALES, TX
deadlinedetroit.com

The curious timing of the FBI’s raids on Detroit City Council members Ayers and Benson

When Detroit voters cast ballots in the upcoming city council elections, they’ll have an unexpected twist to consider: The FBI investigation of two of just four incumbents. Last Wednesday’s raids on the homes of council members Janeé Ayers, who holds an At-Large, or citywide seat, and Scott Benson, who represents District 3, came ten weeks ahead of the Nov. 2 election and just three weeks before the issuance of absentee ballots.
DETROIT, MI
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