Taxes, dogs, fire truck, library and property demolition on the table

By JACK TANNEHILL,

If the discussions at the table were any indication at last week’s monthly meeting, the Union Board of Aldermen appear ready to take stronger, more decisive action to get owners to keep their  property clean.

 

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