Grant hopes fired at Granite Shoals Council meeting



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Granite Shoals City Secretary Elaine Simpson (left) addresses candidates and officials Tuesday, Feb. 23, at the drawing for ballot order for the May city council election.

By Glynis Crawford Smith

The Granite Shoals City Council continued grantsmanship efforts Tuesdeay, Feb. 25, in a meeting that touched on Quarry Park, street improvements and the airport.

All city council candidates for the May election, except Mayor Pro Tem Shirley King (unopposed for Place 2) and the final filer Michael Lee Steenbergen for Place 6 were on hand for the ballot order drawing before the meeting began. They are incumbent Tom Dillard and Arturo Rubio, who drew first and second place on the ballot for Place 4, and Will Skinner and incumbent Mark Morren, who drew first and third places on the ballot for Place 6.

For the full story, see the Friday, Feb. 26, edition of The Highlander.

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