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  • Lake View City Council members tonight will consider a homeowner’s request to allow a miniature horse in the city limits to provide therapy to a child.
  • Stoplights uncovered — for now
    The ebb and flow of a downtown Carroll stoplight debate has come to a temporary halt.
  • The Carroll County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved the first of three readings of a new solar-power amendment to the county’s zoning ordinance during a public hearing on Monday.
  • Panetta: American politics is World War I
    Like soldiers on the European battlefields of World War I far too many modern American politicians are engaged in trench warefare, a former top national defense official and Washington insider says.
  • YOUR TURN: City Council to address stoplight removal
    Now that a 90-day study is complete, the Carroll City Council will hear a report on the potential removal of two sets of stoplights on U.S. Highway 30.
  • The Carroll County Board of Supervisors amended its budget to reflect almost $74,000 in net spending previously unaccounted for at its regular meeting on Monday.
  • Stoplight removal could be bad for business
    A downtown Carroll business owner attended Monday night’s City Council meeting to introduce what he feared would be a not-so-bright future of Carroll’s commercial hub if a proposed stoplight removal moves forward.
  • Carroll County successfully defended its assessments of several high-dollar commercial properties in the past three years.
  • In anticipation of being licensed to issue state identification cards, the Carroll County Treasurer’s Office will hand off passport-issuing services to the county’s Environmental Health Department beginning Jan. 1.
  • Children’s space, tech flexibility featured in Carroll library concepts
    Flexibility to adapt to rapidly changing technology, expanded children’s space and development of room for project work, from writing and printing resumes for job searches to using 3-D printers — so-called “maker space” — for school and business emerged as key features in a series of initial concepts for a modernized Carroll Public Library.
  • The Carroll County Board of Supervisors reviewed and amended a Request For Proposal for the Mallard View property located just north of city limits at 17504 Mahogany Ave.
  • The Carroll County Board of Supervisors will decide whether to purchase a $19,000 software package to protect sensitive information at a public budget amendment hearing at 10 a.m. Monday, Sept. 26.
  • The Carroll County Board of Supervisors were informed of possible errors made in the Assessor’s Office that may have caused overpayment or payment on land not owned during the last two years.
  • Loosening the liquor laws
    The owner of Santa Maria Vineyard & Winery would open a microbrewery and liquor distillery in Carroll if state lawmakers ease some of the restrictions on how those products are sold.
  • The Carroll County Board of Supervisors took another step toward deciding what to do with the soon-to-be vacant Mallard View property on Tuesday, instructing Region XII to submit a proposal.
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