Asking questions

Citizens for Responsible Growth, a Political Action Committee formed to promote the passage of the three Propositions on the Nov. 3 ballot, held a public information night Thursday, Oct. 1 at the Fulton Convention Center - Paws & Taws. Attendees were able to visit six tables at which they could receive yard signs and general information, learn about Proposition A (funds for a new courthouse), Proposition B (funds for road and drainage work), Proposition C (funds for a Micro-hospital), view election ballots, and learn about the financing related to the Propositions.

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