“It’s all a lot of baloney. It’s all unfounded.”
~Carroll County Supervisor
A juvenile detention center in Cherokee supported by Carroll County is on probation for a month because it kept a 17-year-old boy in leg restraints for nearly 48 hours and locked up in solitary confinement for nearly a week.
The City of Carroll has a list of six candidates for an open police officer position.
A proposed $3 million streets-maintenance building is expected to be a
priority topic Saturday at the Carroll City Council’s strategic planning
Much the Carroll Police Department’s interaction with the public would
be videotaped under a proposed sweeping policy covering how law officers
use body-mounted video cameras.
Although all-terrain vehicles are now permitted on Carroll County roads,
most cities within the county still don’t permit the vehicles on their
It’s been a big issue for Tom Tait.
The average sanitary sewer user in Carroll will see rate
increase of 6.5 percent each of the next two years to help pay for an
expected $7 million in state-mandated upgrades to the
First, the city’s consultant will test the pipes in the existing pool at the Carroll Recreation Center, an examination expected to cost $2,000 to $3,000.
Carroll mayoral candidate Dr. Eric Jensen supports a tax-abatement plan
that’s crafted to give local developers the leg up on new residential
construction to boost the city’s labor pool. He’s also an advocate for
an expanded trails system and wants to explore adding an indoor water
park to the Recreation Center’s swimming-pool area.
Some elected officials say they know the value of a dollar. Jerry
Fleshner is even more frugal. He gets the meaning of 39.1 cents — and
wants more residents of Carroll to do likewise.
Dr. Eric Jensen, an at-large Carroll city councilman, faces no balloted
opposition in his bid to become mayor in the Nov. 3 election.
Seven announced candidates for city offices in Carroll Wednesday night
weaved through a sweep of issues, offering views on the future of
library services, voter participation, crime and safety, housing — and
even the very form of local government itself, the question of whether
to change the number of council members from six to an odd number.
Expect the Carroll Recreation Center to be a primary topic for the City Council in the next year.
Carroll is joining a national law-enforcement trend with the addition of body cameras for its police force.
The average sanitary sewer user in Carroll will see rate increase of 6.5
percent each of the next two years to help pay for an expected $7
million in state-mandated upgrades to the wastewater-treatment plant.
Carroll Athletic Association President Barry Bruner Monday night
suggested the use of prison labor for the “untrained” work involved with
updating Merchants Park, the city-owned baseball stadium.
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