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Maplesville receives favorable audit

Published 6:08pm Wednesday, November 13, 2013

For the street department, Barrett said he has continued to repair the garbage truck and reported no problems with people breaking into and defacing the bathrooms at the ballpark since dead bolt locks were installed last month.

“I have no complaints at all,” Barrett said. “It’s made a huge difference in keeping the bathrooms clean.”

In other business, the council:

•Approved sending a letter to a resident about cleaning his yard in accordance with the town’s ordinance prohibiting unkempt properties.

•Approved closing the office at Town Hall at noon on Wednesday, Nov. 27 before Thanksgiving and Monday, Dec. 23 before Christmas, with office employees using vacation time to compensate for hours.

•Approved purchasing a quarter-page Letters to Santa ad for $400 and a quarter-page 2014 Progress Edition ad for $585 from The Clanton Advertiser.

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