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Melanie Addington

Oxford OKs budget

The city of Oxford approved the 2011 fiscal year budget of $19.5 million while managing to maintain the city’s millage rate at 27.27 – the same rate it has held since 2005. (September 16, 2010, Page 1, 5)

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    Tree Board plants seed for green initiative

    The Oxford Tree Board is promoting its Releaf program as a way to rebuild the urban canopy in the city. Cowan Hunter talked about different things citizens and volunteers can do to work with the Tree Board and the program. (September 15, 2010, Page 1)

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      City to adopt budget Tuesday

      The City of Oxford is set to approve next year’s $19.8 million budget on Tuesday. The Board of Aldermen will hold a special meeting at 4 p.m. at City Hall to adopt the budget. (September 13, 2010, Page 1A)

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        City Oks new restaurant on Square

        South Depot Taco Shop will be opening its doors this spring. The the build-your-own taco shop will be located in the site of former As Seen on TV and Classy Creations. The owners, who are University of Mississippi graduates, obtained approval from the Courthouse Square Preservation Commission last week. Co-owner Trey Horne said the resturant will offer quality food at reasonable prices – especially important in today’s economic climate. (September 13, 2010, Page 5A)

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          OHS named star school

          Oxford High School was named a star school in the latest accountability rankings from the Mississippi Department of Education. Overall the local school districts fared about average on the state’s accountability rating system. Lafayette and Water Valley School Districts were listed as academic watch. (September 10, 2010, Page 1A)

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            9/11, books and the First Amendment

            With the on-again, off-again plans of a Florida preacher to burn copies of the Quran in the news, staff writer Melanie Addington takes a closer look at issues involving the First Amendment and protection of freedom of speech. There’s a fine line that can be crossed when speech or actions become threats and dangerous to others, and there are many that feel this situation fits the bill. (September 10, 2010, Page 4A)

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              Riders return to local transit service

              Ridership on the Oxford University transit system is up 44 percent this month as students returned to the university. The system will also be purchasing a new GPS system, solar panels for bus stops and a security camera system due to American Recovery Reinvestment Act funds. (September 9, 2010, Page 1)

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                Burns-Belfry project nears end

                Almost nine years after beginning the project, the Burns Belfry Church renovation is nearing the end. Approving to begin the bid process for the final two phases this week, the Oxford Lafayette County Heritage Foundation will now move forward with a six to eight month construction job. (September 9, 2010, Page 1)

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                  Fall film preview

                  OXFORD TOWN – The Oxford Film Freak gets busy this week with her annual coverage of fall films — some coming to Oxford and some, unfortunately, not. Regardless, 3D films seem to rule the season as well as the return of some longtime favorites like Affleck and Willis. Turn to Pages 12 and 13 in this week’s issue of Oxford Town and check out what could turn out to be a decent run for film this fall. Could “Jackass 3D” lead the way? Doubtful, but you should pick up an Oxford Town and read about it anyhow. (September 9, 2010, Page 12, 13)

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                    Cars barred in Square alley

                    11th street will now be pedestrian only at night and commercial parking by day after the Board of Aldermen approved to allow Oxford Police Department to close the street on a trial basis between now and Christmas. The street will be closed to cars from 5 p.m. to 6 a.m. Other commercial parking changes will now occur on the Square. (September 8, 2010, Page 1)

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