Street adoptions process to be refined

By BY RECARDO THOMAS STAFF REPORTER,

The lawmakers for the City of Indianola have decided to review the way they make legal assumptions.

Acting on a prior concern of Alderman Gary Fratesi, the city leaders voted unanimously Monday night to have City Attorney Gary Austin devise an ordinance for their consideration that would add provisions for adopting streets.

 
 
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