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Greenville residents face sanitation increases

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. During a special workshop meeting on Monday, July 23, the Greenville Town Council discussed future rate increases for sanitation services. Town Manager, Edward Dean presented an option for the council members to consider. One issue Dean felt strongly about was the need to have a reserve fund which could be used in the future when it becomes necessary to obtain another vehicle for the Sanitation Department. Previously, the town purchased a new truck due to the unsafe condition of the older truck which was long…

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Madison local publishes best seller

Savannah Reams: Greene Publishing, Inc. This year, Madison local, JerriAnn Webb, wrote and self-published a book titled “The Kingdom.” Almost immediately after its release, the children’s book hit the top of Amazon’s best sellers list where it remained for two weeks. “The Kingdom” is a children’s book that, through colorful imagery and unique artwork, paints a picture of God’s plan for our lives through Jesus, detailing the magnitude of his sacrifice for humanity. “The Kingdom” begins with God’s creation, explaining how much was lost due to the sins of man…

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Pinetta Volunteer Fire Rescue to host candidate meet and greet

John Willoughby: Greene Publishing, Inc. Pinetta Volunteer Fire Rescue (PVFR) will host a 2018 candidate meet and greet spaghetti supper on Saturday, Aug. 11, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Pinetta Community Center. For a donation of just $7, you can come and enjoy an evening of social time with Madison County candidates running for office in this year’s primary and general elections. The spaghetti supper will be served with salad, bread, dessert and your choice of tea or water. Pinetta Volunteer Fire Rescue will be sending invites…

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Tax-free weekend scheduled

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. Families can take advantage of savings on many back-to-school expenses during Florida’s back-to-school tax-free weekend. From Friday, Aug. 3, through Sunday, Aug. 5, there will be no sales tax charged on clothing items priced $60 or less and school supplies priced $15 or less. Any item of wearing apparel, including shoes, will be tax-free. However, this does not include jewelry, watchbands, watches, umbrellas or handkerchiefs. Skis, swim fins, roller blades and skates are also excluded from the tax-free list. Wallets, bags, backpacks, fanny packs and…

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