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Public hearing held over proposed police commissioner appointment changes in Nashua

NASHUA, N.H. — On Thursday night, Alderman in Nashua heard from the public about a citizen’s petition to change how members of the city’s police commission are chosen. The process of nominating and appointing members of the police commission in Nashua has been in place for more than 100 years. But, the current mayor and many citizens have worked to change that.
NASHUA, NH
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Milton Segarra resigning as CEO of Coastal Mississippi

Yikes! Flooding from extreme rain this week. Plus, a quick look at the tropics and next week's cold front. Click and watch the forecast video for details. Flash flooding possible with rain showers still likely for Friday. But, next week a fall cold front may arrive just in time for summer's end. Click and watch the forecast video for details.
MISSISSIPPI STATE
newbernnow.com

Foster Hughes Takes the Helm as New City Manager

Richard “Foster” Hughes, II became the City of New Bern’s Director of Parks and Recreation in 2017. On May 11, 2021, he was appointed as the Interim City Manager. Foster Hughes was swore in during the Board of Alderman (BOA) meeting with his wife Carla by his side on September 14.
NEW BERN, NC
KRMS Radio

Local Fire Chief Dies After Battle With COVID 19

A Lake Area Fire Chief has died after a battle with COVID 19. Chief Rickey Hobbs of the Tri-County Fire Protection District passed away on Tuesday morning with his family by his side. He had been battling the virus since early September. The Mayor and the Board of Alderman in...
RICHLAND, MO
Blue Springs Examiner

Limestone quarry plan under fire

The hearing for a proposed limestone quarry in Sugar Creek is to resume at 7 p.m., Thursday at Mike Onka Community Hall, 11520 Putnam St., part of a process that puts a final decision before the Board of Aldermen next month. The hearing started Aug. 26, and numerous citizens voiced...
SUGAR CREEK, MO
localdvm.com

City of Frederick hosts primary elections

FREDERICK, Md. (WDVM) — Trinity School Voting Center on New Design Road hosted in person voting for Frederick residents. Residents lined up to cast their votes for the Board of Alderman and the next Mayor of Frederick. Nine people ran for the Board of Alderman. Seven candidates were democrats and...
FREDERICK, MD
bransontrilakesnews.com

For The People

At the last Board of Aldermen meeting on August 14, 2021, your Board of Aldermen voted to postpone the final reading of the Animal Ordinance, Bill 5872, with the intent of holding another Study Session on this topic in October. We have had two Study Sessions and three town hall meetings to get input from our community. This is an important issue, as it will have a significant impact on our community. We want to hear from you before any final decisions are made. Your Mayor and Board of Alderman truly do represent each and every one of you.
BRANSON, MO
bransonmo.gov

For the People - A city update from Branson Mayor Larry Milton

At the last Board of Aldermen meeting on August 14, 2021, your Board of Aldermen voted to postpone the final reading of the Animal Ordinance, Bill 5872, with the intent of holding another Study Session on this topic in October. We have had two Study Sessions and three town hall meetings to get input from our community. This is an important issue, as it will have a significant impact on our community. We want to hear from you before any final decisions are made. Your Mayor and Board of Alderman truly do represent each and every one of you.
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Sun Journal

City of Havelock officials set expectations for hiring a new manager

The City of Havelock is expected to have its new manager within the next several months. City Clerk Cindy Morgan explained the city has contracted The MAPS, Management and Personnel Services, Group to assist with recruitment and selection for the position after now-former manager Frank Bottorff announced his resignation effective mid-May.
HAVELOCK, NC
theclintoncourier.net

Clinton receives $1M for paving, lighting from Legislature

The Mississippi Legislature, with an assist from Speaker of the House Phillip Gunn, a Clinton resident, recently approved a general obligation bond for a million dollars earmarked for improvements on Arrow Drive and Northside Drive in Clinton. “These two important thoroughfares desperately needed updating,” Gunn said. “We were privileged to...
CLINTON, MS
Sun Journal

Chicken 'n charge: New Bern's first Tesla superchargers now open

Fast charging comes to a fast-food favorite. Last week, eight Tesla superchargers were installed at Smithfield’s Chicken ‘N Bar-B-Q at 2507 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. All but one are open to the public for charging. The popular joint known for its southern staples hosts charging stations at locations...
Biloxi Sun Herald

‘Don’t turn them away.’ Hurricane Ida survivors say they couldn’t enter a South MS city

Poplarville city leaders heard more complaints Wednesday about a firefighter restricting residents from entering the city in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida. Mayor Louise Smith and members of the Board of Alderman discussed the incident during a special meeting Wednesday, but took no action other than to consider a recommendation to bring in additional law enforcement officers to help with traffic flow.
MISSISSIPPI STATE
Boone Country Connection

Board of Alderman Public Hearing Notice for September 14

Public Hearing Notice Board of Alderman, Tuesday, September 14, 2021. Please take notice that the Board of Alderman of the City of New Melle, Missouri will conduct Public Hearings on September 14, 2021, at 7:00 P.M. in New Melle City Hall located at 145 Almeling Street, New Melle, Missouri 63365, for the purpose of reviewing and receiving comments with respect to the following matters:
NEW MELLE, MO
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