Councilman forced out of discussions about changes...
by Hilary Butschek
04:00 AM, Thursday, July 31
MARIETTA — Without much discussion, the City Council’s public works committee breezed through a vote allowing city employees to start planning changes to Marietta Square. The committee voted 2-0-1 on Wednesday, with Councilman Philip Goldstein for...

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