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Emily: City has break-in at first response office

At their April 14 meeting, the Emily City Council learned that the office of the local first response group had been broken into, according to an unapproved summary of the meeting.

At their April 14 meeting, the Emily City Council learned that the office of the local first response group had been broken into, according to an unapproved summary of the meeting.

Items were reported taken from the office. Locks at the office were replaced and all remaining materials were taken into account.

In other business, the council:

• Agreed to purchase a three-section sign to market the city of Emily, especially during important weekends and holidays.

• Said all businesses and residents are allowed to use the city recycling bins. A sign at city hall and community center will be replaced at the cost of $1,545.

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Travis Grimler began work at the Echo Journal Jan. 2 of 2013 while the publication was still split in two as the Pine River Journal and Lake Country Echo. He is a full time reporter/photographer/videographer for the paper and operates primarily out of the northern stretch of the coverage area (Hackensack to Jenkins).
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