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Municipal Elections 2015

coverSmall towns all over the region are in the midst of municipal elections and a majority of them are contested races. New candidates and incumbents have plenty of issues to discuss as they try to manage shrinking budgets, improve aging infrastructure and position themselves for positive future growth. As early voting starts Thursday, Oct. 22, residents are urged to inform themselves about the issues and vote for the candidates they think will do what is in the best interest of the taxpayers.

This week:

Waynesville candidates weigh in on array of budget questions

Financial record of Waynesville mayor candidate shows history of liens and tax debt

Canton board split on candidate support

Shortfall of candidates in Forest Hills and Webster 

Looking toward Sylva’s future

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Franklin gets new wave of candidates

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