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Voter registration ends Oct. 9

Lazaro Aleman: Greene Publishing, Inc. If you haven’t registered to vote in the general election, there’s still time. Tuesday, Oct. 9, is the last day to register or to change political party affiliation, according to the elections office. Keep in mind also that you must update your voter registration card if you’ve moved since the last election or changed your name. Although the general election isn’t until Tuesday, Nov. 6, early voting begins on Saturday, Oct. 27, and runs through Saturday, Nov. 3. Voters may register in person at the…

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Local business accused of scamming customers

Lawton informed her he was in route, but when he arrived at the shop, he would look at his records. Turner arrived at First Class Wireless shortly after their phone conversation and discovered Lawton had quickly gone inside and paid her bill. He came out, providing her with a confirmation number of the transaction. Duke Energy also confirmed they had just received the payment; however, Turner was left with a $50 cut-off fee, due to Lawton’s supposed negligence in paying her bill on time. When she requested Lawton credit her…

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Range St. to be repaved; Infrastructure to be upgraded Work to begin first week of October

John Willoughby: Greene Publishing, Inc. On Wednesday, Sept. 26, a press release from the City of Madison and City Manager Jerome Wyche was released announcing and detailing the upcoming upgrades to the City of Madison which include the re-pavement of a portion of Range St., as well as the upgrade of existing infrastructure. The last time any portion of Range St. was repaved was during the mid to late-90s, when the repaving took place from US Hwy. 90 to the intersection of Dade St. In February of 2017, the Florida…

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City Commission seeks fair compensation for employees

     Savannah Reams: Greene Publishing, Inc. On Tuesday, Sept. 11, at 5:30 p.m., the Madison Board of City Commissioners met for their regularly scheduled monthly meeting. Fair compensation was a priority topic of conversation; beginning with City Clerk Lee Anne Hall, who has served the City of Madison since 1996. After the meeting was called to order, recognitions made and the consent agenda was passed, it was time to discuss the possibility of approving a new employment agreement and salary for City Clerk Lee Anne Hall. Having added this…

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