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Oxford to vote on millage rate, compensation increase

OXFORD -- The Oxford City Council is expected to decide on a compensation and millage rate increase next month after holding more discussions this month.

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Oxford approves fiscal year budget

OXFORD — The city of Oxford has passed a budget for the second time in about six months.

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Oxford approves fiscal year budget

OXFORD -- The city of Oxford has passed a budget for the second time in about six months.

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Oxford to host 2035 meeting

OXFORD -- Oxford City Hall will be the setting of the Northeast Georgia Regional Planning Commission meeting for a new 2035 plan for the region.

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Oxford honored for bike-friendly programs

Bikers, Oxford College is your kind of place.

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Porterdale council gives final OK to water rate increase

The City Council voted Monday night to increase water and sewer rates as a result of an increase in the wholesale cost of treated water and wastewater from the Newton County Water and Sewer Authority.

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Oxford appoints new councilman, police chief

OXFORD -- The city of Oxford continues to go through personnel changes.

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Oxford police chief to serve as city manager

OXFORD -- The City of Oxford will operate under a new form of government beginning in July, but there won't be many new faces.

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Oxford looks into privatizing sanitation services

COVINGTON -- It will be at least another month before the Oxford City Council will decide if the city will privatize its sanitation department.

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Oxford to hire city manager

OXFORD -- The city of Oxford hopes to start operating under a city manager form of government by July.

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Oxford OKs revamping city website

OXFORD -- The city of Oxford's website soon will be revamped.

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Oxford OKs $4.4 million '11 budget

COVINGTON -- The city of Oxford has passed its 2011 budget, which is nearly $2 million less than last year.The Oxford City Council unanimously approved a $4.4 million budget during its monthly meeting on Monday night.

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Oxford OKs $4.4 million '11 budget

COVINGTON — The city of Oxford has passed its 2011 budget, which is nearly $2 million less than last year.

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Oxford asks NCSS for 'Palmer Stone'

OXFORD -- The Oxford City Council is hoping to keep the name Palmer Stone in the community of its origin. The council members have developed a resolution asking the Newton County Board of Education to allow the name Palmer Stone to remain associated with the location of the elementary school in Oxford. The school board plans to discuss at its 7 p.m. work session Tuesday moving the name "Palmer Stone Elementary School" to the new elementary school being built on Airport Road near Ga. Highway 142. See Saturday's Newton Citizen for a complete article.

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City council looking at options for old building

The Oxford City Council is looking into several purchase offers on its old city hall and community center building located on Whatcoat Street.

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Oxford looks to repurpose old city hall building

The Oxford City Council is looking into several purchase offers on its old city hall and community center building located on Whatcoat Street.Oxford College, attorney and former mayor W.D. Ballard and architectural firm Carter Watkins Architects have expressed interest in repurposing the building.See Friday's Newton Citizen for a complete article.

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