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City explains charter changes
Council tables vote on revisions
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A new draft of Statesboro’s city charter took center stage at a council work session Tuesday, where city officials discussed specifics of the freshly-penned document for a first time. The potential charter, which is an effort at “cleaning up” and modernizing the current version, was compared to its predecessor and evaluated at the 4 p.m. session in city hall’s second floor council chambers for nearly two hours. The end result; the 30-page charter will continue to be a work in progress, as council members and city staff hammer out nuances between the old and new papers.
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