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Grovetown City Council wrangling over $64,000 rodeo bill

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Grovetown taxpayers spent $64,000, including overtime pay, to host a rodeo that was never approved by a vote of the city council.

On Monday night, two council members lambasted the mayor for organizing the rodeo without a vote.

“This isn’t the first time information has been withheld from me as a city council member,” said Grovetown Council Member Ceretta Smith. “I promise you if I walked i...

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  1. The PETA nutters had signs on their car the first.night too. They didn’t like that the parking spots they got gave them no visibility so they left and came back around and ended up even worse off.

    If they wanted to protest, they could have done so at the entrance. I think they really wanted to disrupt the event as there’s no other need for them to go inside.

    Was a great event though. Hope it’s an even bigger success next year.

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