Hearings for 3 candidates accused of not living in city limits

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Published on September 3, 2019 -

Hearings for 3 candidates accused of not living in city limits

The City of Warner Robins held 3 public election hearings today in response to questions on whether some of the candidates lived in the city or not.


Hearings for 3 candidates accused of not living in city limits

And bid winners will be responsible for taxes going forward.

In a year, bidders can foreclose and own the property.

There s concern that some warner robins city council candidates are running for office and don t live in the city limits.

Three public hearings to address those questions took place today at town hall.

Kevin lashley is running against councilman tim thomas for his post four seat.

Thomas wife challenged that lashley lived outside the city limits, and didn t move into warner robins until eight days after the deadline.

Lashley says that s not the case.

C1 3 b13 august 18th we moved in with my in-laws in 2018 which is also within the post that i m running.

Still ahead on next two days.

Will make a michelle riley superintendent election two.

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