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Concerned citizens look to bolster involvement

August 15, 2013

More than 70 concerned citizens packed Zorba's Greek Tavern Wednesday for what at least some hoped would amount to the first step of a movement.

The crowd for the "What the Heck Happened to Lynn Spruill?" event kicked off a planned series of discussions aimed to engage more Starkville residents in city government. To get that started, former Ward 4 Alderman Richard Corey laid the foundation of how Starkville's city government was structured and how exactly citizens could become involved.

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