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Contested pay raise heads to vote

Wednesday, August 20, 2014
By theleader
Contested pay raise heads to vote

Garland City Mayor Scott Coleman is standing by his decision to give himself a $1,000 a month salary for his time serving as mayor. In one week the issue will go to the city council for a vote, despite the salary already being included in this year’s budget. “I know this is going to... »

Garland Library a happening place

Friday, July 11, 2014
By theleader
Garland Library a happening place

   Garland City Library Director Danielle Rasmussen has taken the library into the future of technology as well as bringing the library to the attention of many statewide programs. Her teen program, which she started just a few years ago, has grown into an agenda that nets hundreds of teens into the library a... »

Higher pay for Garland mayor?

Saturday, July 5, 2014
By theleader
Higher pay for Garland mayor?

Members of the Garland City Council, still reeling from passing the new budget, discusses whether or not to give Garland City Mayor Scott Coleman a $500 to $1,000 a month salary for his work as mayor and city manager. Coleman was not at the work session for the most recent discussion, but did bring... »

Pages of History

Friday, July 4, 2014
By theleader
Pages of History

    Walking down Factory Street in Garland it’s easy to notice the beauty and the statuesque buildings that face the south and hold within them the history of Garland and the people that built a town that has seen its years of ups and downs. This month the Leader will be publishing a series... »

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