Clinton City Council

The City of Clinton took an important first step toward placing bike lanes on South Broad Street. City Council voted unanimously on a resolution supporting bike lanes for biking safety and to promote pedestrian and cycling activity in the city. Those attending Tuesday night's City Council Meeting...
OUR VIEW: A Bike Path on Broad Street - The Time for Action Is Now W-LETTER OF SUPPORT.     The Clinton City Government has agreed to look into the opportunity of constructing a dedicated bicycle lane on South Broad Street. More than talk, we at The Clinton Chronicle urge the City Council on Sept....
TONIGHT: Clinton City Council will discuss its legal standing with PMPA, the public body that sells it power, in private session. It's one of 4 executive session matters on the council's agenda for its regular monthly meeting 6 pm in the council chambers of the municipal center, 211 North Broad St...
City will pay itself back with a $5M bond issue, AND how to apply for tourism money.     Four major projects for the City of Clinton will be done or started now that the city council has agreed to a document that allows repayment of costs through the issuance of tax-exempt bonds. The city expects...
TONIGHT: Clinton City Council is going to take the first step in purchasing the closed Founder's bank building in the uptown business district - PURCHASE APPROVED, $185,000.   Council wil consider a document that will allow re-imbursement of $5 Million from bonds that will be sold by the City of...
  Councilwoman: still learning, wants to receive citizens’ concerns and act, where possible      Saying she is on a voyage of discovery and, as a Clinton City Council member “a work in progress,” Megan Walsh met for 90 minutes Thursday with about 30 constituents in an unusual public forum for the...
Martha Dendy, Cannon subject of public comment at Clinton City Council.     Clinton City Council meeting was relatively peaceful and positive last night, despite 11 people speaking during public comment. Most every speaker addressed Martha Dendy or City Manager Bill Ed Cannon. At last month’s...
City Manager, preacher separated at Council meeting     Clinton’s City Manager and a prominent citizen leader looked like they were going to come to blows in front of a standing room only crowd. It happened at Monday’s City Council meeting during public comment. The Rev. Steven Evans addressed...
  Police Chief declines to clear the council chambers, as instructed.      Tuesday, May 7, 2019 - WLBG radio on-line   Another heated exchange involving Clinton City Manager Bill Ed Cannon erupted last evening during the May meeting of Clinton City Council. It began after Reverend Steven Evans,...
Speaking In A Threatening Tone.   It was a routine, business-as-usual meeting of Clinton City Council Monday night until a retired Clinton police officer came very close to threatening a council member. Retired Capt. Jerry Campbell said Council Member Shirley Jenkins accused him of stealing some of...

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