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College Hill reopening hits snag

Centerpoint workers are at College Hill Road this afternoon completing repairs on a broken gas line that stalled the reopening of the road Friday. (July 31, 2012, Page 1)

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    City looks to give parking violators the boot

    As the Oxford Board of Aldermen consider implementing a tougher parking enforcement program and hiring a parking management company, habitual overtime parking offenders could notice something is missing during their next trip to the Square — their car. Mayor Pat Patterson announced Thursday he has given authority to the Oxford Police Department to begin towing cars which have the highest amount of unpaid parking tickets from the Square. (July 27, 2012, Page 1A)

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      South Lamar work nears end

      Work on South Lamar is hopefully nearing an end with paving expected to start in the next two weeks and be completed by the end of August. The Pathways Phase 2 bike path project began in June to put 11 miles of bike baths and on Oxford’s roads. However, D. Carroll Construction has hit some snags a long the way. (July 26, 2012, Page 1, 2)

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        Fawn increase due to mild winter

        Oxford Emergency Management Coordinator Jimmy Allgood said a warm, mild winter has increased fawn births inside the city limits and is encouraging property owners to continue using deer deterrent efforts. (July 25, 2012, Page 1)

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          Mayor presents wish list

          As budget talks continue among department heads and the Oxford Board of Aldermen, Mayor Pat Patterson presented his own, “wish list” to the board this week. (July 25, 2012, Page 2)

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            Tourism, Conference Center separate budgets

            In an attempt to further separate from each other, Oxford’s tourism office and the convention center have tweaked their budgets to show more detail in individual spending. (July 24, 2012, Page 1, 2)

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              Squirrels have expensive tastes

              The first estimate on repairs of the damage caused by squirrels at the LQC Lamar Home Museum is close to $10K. (July 23, 2012, Page 1)

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                Location changed for new fire station

                City officials are looking at land located near the U.S. Post Office on McElroy Drive for the location of a new central fire station. (July 20, 2012, Page 1A, 5A)

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                  Tourism funds continue to climb

                  Oxford tourism-related taxes continue to reach record levels with April’s hotel and food and beverage tax hitting another all-time high, according to figures presented at Wednesday’s Oxford Tourism Council meeting. (July 19, 2012, Page 1)

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                    City seeks $5.5M bond

                    The Oxford Board of Aldermen adopted a resolution of intent to issue general obligation bonds not to exceed $5,500,000 during their regular meeting Tuesday evening. The funds will help with several capital projects including a new fire station and the expansion of tennis courts. (July 18, 2012, Page 1, 2)

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