The Falmouth City Council met in special session at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, August 8 to hold a first reading of an ordinance to provide relief from the July increase of utility bills.
It seems that members of Falmouth City Council have heard the outcries of rage from the Falmouth residents and are searching for options.
Residents throughout Falmouth opened their utility bills at the beginning of August and were dumbfounded with the increase in electric, water and sewage in their July 2018 bill after Falmouth City
Per City Ordinance, that the staff of City Hall has no authority to alter or ignore, anyone who is struggling to pay their August utility bill MUST call City Hall and make arrangements BEFORE Augus
At their regularly scheduled meeting, the Pendleton County Fiscal Court took up the issue of School Resource Officers in the Pendleton County Schools for the 2018-19 school year with a Memorandum o