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Council OKs $27,205 duckbill repair bill

October 4, 2013

A $27,205 repair bill generated some discussion before it was approved during Thursday’s Marietta City Council meeting....

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chasing

Oct-04-13 11:06 PM

It's time to get busy on putting those (X's) on some of these PROPERTIES around the town. I think you all were GUNGHO at fist. And NOW nothing. It's all about (SAFETY RIGHT FOR THE PEOPLE and our FIREMEN. Don't mark some and leave the other's U N M A R K E D !!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Tessie

Oct-04-13 12:36 PM

I question the criteria Community Action set up for people to qualify for Section 8 Housing. I know of people who have languished on the waiting list for as long as 5 years and were then dropped. Disabled people who are able to work part-time are given preference over people who cannot work. Students are given preference over those are disabled and cannot attend college. Veterans are given preference over those who could not or did not serve. I understand there must be qualifying criteria for Section 8, it's not standardized and the local Community Action Board decides the criteria. Their point ranking system really makes little sense.

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Napster

Oct-04-13 10:57 AM

How much did the city spend on repairs from the roof leaks in city hall caused by roofing contractor????? Mold removale and all!

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hockeypuck

Oct-04-13 10:03 AM

Vuk to the rescue!! His automatic vote of "NO" was thwarted this time!!

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