City owed $92K for property upkeep
by Hilary Butschek
04:00 AM, Sunday, August 31
MARIETTA — Councilman Philip Goldstein suggested this week the city foreclose on properties that haven’t paid the city for mowing their lawns. Mayor Steve Tumlin agreed with Goldstein, saying there is often no other way to get the money the city i...

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