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Clinton City Treasurer Breaks Down Predicted Tax Dollars; City Parks Reopened

For the first time in two months, the Clinton City Council was altogether in the Council chambers Monday night. 


The Council was briefed by City Treasurer Clint Lichtenwalter on the situation the coronavirus shutdown could have on the budget. Lichtenwalter says revenues are projected to decrease. (The virtual meeting audio was sometimes inaudible due to interference)



Lichtenwalter will be on the WHOW Morning Show Tuesday morning at approximately 9:30 am with Steve Lobb. Hear more from him on-air and at the many WHOW mobile platforms including the WHOW mobile app and Amazon Alexa.


Council members expressed their pleasure to return to the chambers and conduct City business in person. John Wise offered his thoughts on being back together....



For many in the community, they will welcome Danny Ballenger's news that City parks are reopened and the pickle-ball courts are operating.



ement Agency for $15,000. A yearly item on the Council agenda.

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