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CHANCERY COURT APPROVES ALGOOD’S REQUEST TO CARRY-ON WITH CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS

A chancery court judge has ruled that the Algood City Council may conduct business with only two members. In the decision made Monday, the court ruled that Vice Mayor Kirk Dyer and Council Person Carolyn Norris can continue with the business of running the city as a temporary quorum with filling one of three empty seats. Dyer and Norris will follow through with a meeting Tuesday (11-14) night. Dyer says that they will be appointing somebody to one of those seats. The council was left with only two members after Scott Bilbrey resigned as mayor. Earlier this year Council members Jennifer Green and Richard Heard resigned.

 

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