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Voters can cast ballots Saturday from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m.

Voter turnout during the early voting period for the Nov. 8 general election remains strong and as of 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, 2,158 ballots had been cast with several voters preparing to vote and others approaching the polling place.
According to Grady County elections officials, nearly 16 percent of registered voters in the county have already cast their ballots.

Addleton has work left to do to convince council to buy new meters

Cairo City Manager Chris Addleton is having a tough time convincing the city council to move forward with the purchase and installation of "smart meters" for the city utility department.
The council budgeted $500,000 for new electric meters, $350,000 for new gas meters and has obtained a $1,189,645 loan from the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority for retrofitting and replacing 4,200 water meters and installing the infrastructure to make the new system operational.

Public hearing/open house on SPLOST?projects is Tuesday

Grady County commissioners will host a public hearing/open house on proposed Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax funded projects next Tuesday night, Nov. 1 in the main courtroom of the Grady County Courthouse.

Sheriff urges local parents to monitor children’s phone activities

Sheriff urges local parents to monitor children’s phone activities
A relationship that started on the internet between a 15-year-old Cairo girl and a 29-year-old Marietta man had local authorities scouring Cairo High School Wednesday after the man sent word that he may be on campus. By that evening, the man was in jail in Marietta on a charge of sexual exploitation of a child.

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