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Harriman voters won’t get a say on whether they would like to have a city manager-style of government.
At least not yet.
While some Harriman City Council members have said they’d prefer a decision from city voters over having to make one themselves, that’s not how the majority voted last week when council member Ken Mynatt took steps toward giving constituents that choice on the Nov. 2 ballot.
“This way, we let the citizens decide,” he proposed in making a motion to that end.
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