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Light-up McIntosh December 15

Light-up McIntosh will begin at the Civic Center at 6:30 p.m. The event will host Santa Clause and an area choir from six local churches will sing.

06.14.07 -- AUDIO: June Town Council Meeting

McIntosh Town Council Meeting June 14, 2007







Public hearing Citizen board
03.20
Repeal of historic ordinance
06.20
Council President speaks against repeal
20.36
Deaderick tabled Tree Ordinance
28.59
Regular meeting
32.22
Consent agenda
33.48
Matt Mathews county teen drug awareness program
35.24
Judy Greenberg presents blue marker in median proposal
40.29
Preliminary budget for next year
53.34
Mosquito Spraying
1.06.10
Water, boil water notice update
1.11.08
Message from Mayor
1.16.45
Update on Leytem code enforcement issues
1.17.21
Land Development code changes
1.54.29
Future Town Office Plan
2.04.57
Water enterprise account
2.16.57
Speed Control
2.32.15
Robert's Rules
2.33.39
City Manager
2.35.04
Ciotti -- Ice Cream for July 4
2.42.15
Deaderick - Trash pickup complaints
2.47.22
School options
2.50.14


Listen to the June 14, 2007 Town Council workshop:
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posted by Cher @ 11:29 PM,

1 Comments:

At   June 25, 2007 8:17 PM     ,    Anonymous Anonymous    said...

well, that was ten minutes of accomplishments cramed into three hours.

 

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