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Five architectural firms express interest in CPD headquarters project

There are five architecture firms that have expressed interest in working with the City of Cairo to design a new headquarters for the Cairo Police Department. The five firms responded to the city’s issue of a Request for Proposal, and now the city council will have to determine which one they want to work with on the project.

No classes Friday due to lack of bus drivers and buses

Gilliard to seek
rule change by
GHSA on travel
The Cairo Syrupmakers’ big win Friday night over the Spalding Jaguars created a transportation issue for the Grady County School System that has resulted in a decision to cancel school for students this Friday.
Grady County School Superintendent Dr. Kermit Gilliard alerted the principals and faculties of the county’s seven schools Sunday afternoon of his intention to reschedule this Friday, Nov. 17 as a teacher workday.

School system personnel to get checks early this month

Grady County School System personnel will have money in their pockets as they begin the Thanksgiving holiday break.
According to Superintendent Dr. Kermit Gilliard, Finance Officer Dan Broome has made arrangements to issue school system personnel their November checks this Friday. Employees are typically paid the last work day of each month. For the last several years, paychecks have been issued to system employees prior to the Thanksgiving break, the superintendent reports.

County asked to remove all dumpsters from Whigham campus

Solution sought
since July, official
expresses frustration
Grady County School Superintendent Dr. Kermit Gilliard has requested that the Grady County Commission remove the five trash dumpsters currently located on the campus of Whigham Elementary School no later than the close of business on Friday, Nov. 24 and to clean the area of all trash and debris.
The school superintendent briefed the board of education members Tuesday night of his decision to have the dumpsters removed permanently.

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