City airs grievances, looks for solutions

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

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Gravette City Council members, in a special meeting Monday evening, July 15, spent most of the hour and one-half session discussing “issues” concerning the city’s governing body. The meeting was also called to discuss administrative rules and regulations and roles of council members. At the request of the mayor, Byron Warren, council member Melissa Smith presided. Discussion was informal and members, the mayor and several of about 25 citizens present spoke freely and frankly. City attorney David Bailey explained the procedures and duties of the council and mayor as outlined by state laws as well as those included in the city’s employee handbook.

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