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District 15 Alder applications being accepted by City of Racine

RACINE — The City of Racine is seeking applicants for Alder representing District 15 on the Racine Common Council. District 15 is an area on the city’s far north side. The position will fill the unexpired term of Melissa Lemke who resigned from the Common Council in July. She cited time commitments needed to care […]

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City of Racine Marijuana advisory referendum goes to November 8 ballot

RACINE – City of Racine voters will have their second opportunity in four years to weigh in on the legalization of marijuana. Racine Common Council, on a 10-2 vote Tuesday, approved a resolution to place an advisory referendum on the Nov. 8 general election ballot to measure public opinion on marijuana legalization. The yes-or-no question […]

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Racine Common Council to consider marijuana advisory referendum tonight

RACINE – The Racine Common Council this evening (Tuesday) will consider a resolution to place an advisory referendum on the November general election ballot to measure public opinion on marijuana legalization. The council meeting starts at 7 p.m. in Room 205 City Hall, 730 Washington Ave. It will also be presented live on the city’s […]

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