Striking Back 

With the spirit of cooperation fading, City Council members attempt to get the mayor’s attention with money.

This was supposed to be the City Council that worked with Mayor Dwight Jones to accomplish amazing, fantastic things. After all, the mayor's most vocal critics on council, Marty Jewell and Bruce Tyler, lost the November election to newcomers who were…

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