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PROPERTY CLEANED—Pictured above is what the back yard at 147 Richmond Ave. looked like before the...
 
City cleans up Richmond Avenue property
By Jamie Vinson Advocate managing editor The city of Mt. Sterling won court approval Nov. 10 to clean up a property on Richmond Avenue. Steven Tuttle, the city’s code enforcement officer, said the city has been battling the issue for seven years. William “Bill” Turner, who lives at 147 Richmond Ave., operates a junk yard from his home. The problem, Tuttle says, is that portion of Richmond Avenue is zoned R1 (residential). City ordinance prohibits the operation of a business or junk...
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School board comment procedure changed
By Tom Marshall Senior Advocate writer The Montgomery County Board of Education tweaked the existing procedure for public comment heading into Tuesday night’s regular meeting. At a special meeting last Thursday, the board approved changes to...

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 Sports...  
Swimmers take 2nd in Russell Co. event
By Dan Manley Advocate Sports Editor Even with three of their top swimmers sidelined, the Montgomery County High School swim team had a successful opening to their...
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 Community...  
Dunn to appeal ruling
By Tom Marshall Senior Advocate writer Michael Dunn plans to appeal a recent decision by Montgomery County Circuit Judge Beth Maze overruling two motions to dismiss his...
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