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Spickard Aldermen, Princeton Council Meet

Customer charges and dogs running-at-large were issues addressed by the Spickard Board of Aldermen and Princeton City Council when they met on Monday night.

City Clerk April Meighen said the council is reminding residents that there will be a $10 charge for tags that are hung on doors to notify customers they will have their utilities shut off. Mrs. Meighen said the tags are placed on the doors 48

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