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City of Ellinwood meets

ELLINWOOD — At its regular monthly meeting, the Ellinwood City Council held a public hearing on the 2012 budget and approved it.

"We look in pretty good shape this year," said Robert Peter, city administrator. Valuations are up, and the mill levy assessment was decreased from 39.871 to 39.845 mills in 2012.

Two Ellinwood residents spoke to the council regarding city ordinances. One resident brought questions regarding the city’s trailer ordinance. Peter explained the ordinance was drafted from a safety standpoint. It was enforced, but tickets were generally not written.

Another resident was present, asking about abandoned vehicles ...

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