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Greenwood City Council

The Greenwood City Council is the legislative body that governs the city of Greenwood. The executive power is held by a Mayor who is elected by the people every four years, along with the seven council members. The City Council generally meets twice each month at the City Hall.

 
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Greenwood City Council
Dilapidated Housing Meeting
 
Tuesday, October 5, 2004

Running Time 121 min
 
First Posted on Thursday, April 13, 2006 at 9:51 pm
The Council held its monthly dilapidated housing hearing. A contentious discussion took place regarding a proposal by Justice Court Judge Larry 'Blue' Neal to open a snack bar in a residential neighborhood in Ward 6. The proposal to allow the exception was tabled to get more neighborhood input. The Council voted to authorize the sale of up to $3 million in bonds to pay for the rail relocation project, with the Mayor stating that he felt it unlikely it would be necessary to actually sell the bonds, assuming the promised federal grant money arrives in time to proceed with the work.
 
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