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Changes to charter?
City manager: We found some inconsistencies
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Among a list of agenda items for Statesboro City Council to consider as part of its regularly scheduled, bi-monthly meeting Tuesday, will be the adoption of a revised city charter. Council will gather in its chambers, on the second floor of City Hall, for a 6 p.m. meeting in which members are scheduled to vote on the first reading of a motion permitting the implementation of a city charter that is more organized and cleansed of outdated, antiquated language, according to interim city manager Frank Parker. "What we are trying to do, in general, is develop a broader, generic charter that allows us to deal with specific issues through city ordinances instead of having to go through the state legislature," said Parker.
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