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City looks at charter changes, seeking input

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The Detroit Lakes City Council met last week for a special meeting to discuss some Home Rule Charter changes.

The next meeting for public input will be Monday, July 31, at 5 p.m. in city hall. The council will also vote that evening for a second reading. All eight aldermen will have to vote in favor for the charter to pass. If passed, the charter will be put to a public vote in the November election.


Mayor Larry Buboltz said. "It's been a lot of fine-tuning."

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