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Euharlee approves 2018 budget

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After a second reading Tuesday evening, the Euharlee City Council approved City Manager James Stephens'  2018 budget following a mandate from the council to prepare a budget that would provide a minimum reserve of four months of annual operating expenses.

The State of the County: DTN pays a visit to the Capitol

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Halfway to "Sine Die," the traditional closing words of Georgia's General Assembly, The Daily Tribune News paid a visit to the Gold Dome to talk with Bartow County's legislative delegation — two senators and three representatives — and see how the county is faring. And by all accounts, it’s faring well. Today, we talk to Representatives Paul Battles, Christian Coomer and Trey Kelley. Tuesday, we will talk with Senators Bruce Thompson and Chuck Hufstetler.

Adairsville council vows to stop aggressive dogs

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After opening the Adairsville City Council meeting with a moment of silence for Police Chief Rick Townsend, who died Dec. 7, Mayor Ken Carson called for citizens to come forward and tell the council about any problems.

New mayor, same agenda in Kingston

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Newly elected Kingston Mayor Ronald Casey’s first city council meeting was a short one. Other than approval of last meeting’s minutes and the night’s agenda, the single item up for discussion was water — or the lack of it.

Adairsville adopts zoning, adult entertainment ordinances

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The Adairsville City Council adopted an adult entertainment ordinance, a zoning ordinance and readopted the official zoning map of the city Thursday. All items had been discussed in length at the council’s Tuesday work session and, save a few changes, were ready to be discussed at a public hearing.

Four vie for Euharlee city council seat

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Four candidates are running for two at-large seats on the Euharlee City Council. Incumbent Craig Guyton is facing three challengers — Fred Werner, David Duncan and Kathy Foulk — for his seat and the seat being vacated by Steve Worthington in the Nov. 3 election.

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