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Marietta Council accepts plat for subdivision

October 30, 2013

Marietta City Council unanimously approved a resolution accepting a plat for the proposed North Hills Subdivision during a special session at Lookout Park Tuesday afternoon....

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BeRight

Oct-30-13 11:32 AM

"Slip City" housing.

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Tessie

Oct-30-13 11:19 AM

I haven't seen the mentioned document, but I would like to see exactly what caused Mr. Brothers to consider it a campaign document. From the article: "This leaflet attacks council with information that's false and misleading," Brothers said. "It shows complete misunderstanding and should be considered an illegal piece of campaign literature."

The MT article reports "The unsigned document basically criticizes council for not using local contractors to paint the city's water tanks and questions whether lead paint is being used for the project. The document includes several pages listing the effects lead paint can have on the human body."

Last I checked, there's no law preventing a person from criticizing city council. It's only libel or slander when it's false information. Perhaps if there was less maneuvering behind the scenes, and more up-front, transparent discussion and cooperation, there would be less suspicion and ignorance on the part of the pub

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Lizard

Oct-30-13 10:25 AM

Did anyone recognize that the Bruntons had the North Hills School torn down into a pile of rubble without the required steps to contain the asbestos in the building? Isn't this one of the reasons the school system didn't want to renovate the building and repurpose it because of the extensive asbestos costs associated with renovation? Does this mean the hillside where they are doing excavating and building is now covered with asbestos contamination? Can this be checked or are we just now going to see an increase in cancer in 20-30 years?

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NasCarNut

Oct-30-13 7:55 AM

I woner what the price range will be on these houses they plan to build??...

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acengineer

Oct-30-13 7:53 AM

How much did it cost to paint, then remove then repaint? How much would it cost to chase down the other contractor? And what other things are KTA screwing up?

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