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Residents cheer, jeer city actions
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Property owners applauded the Hinesville City Council members Monday for announcing their intent not to raise the current 9.5 millage rate by a half mill. The public voiced displeasure, however, over city officials’ recent trade trip to China, its now dead proposal for a city-produced magazine and for holding its annual workshop on St. Simons Island. Residents also expressed lingering anger over the council’s vote to raise the mayor and council’s salaries starting in 2012.
For the complete story, pick up a copy of Friday's Coastal Courier.
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