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New development in home rule charter

November 5, 2013

Photo by Joseph Bell – Ridgway Township residents will vote today on whether or not a seven-member commission should be formed and entrusted with the task of studying the feasibility of a home rule charter in the township. In a property situated next to the township office's sign along Montmorenci Road, a sign is seen in the background supporting home rule charter. Several signs for and against the initiative were seen Monday afternoon along Montmorenci Road in Ridgway Township.

Information obtained Monday morning has added a new twist to today's election regarding the possible approval of a seven-member commission entrusted with the task of studying the feasibility of a home rule charter in Ridgway Township.

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