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By TERRI LIKENS
& CINDY SIMPSON
A movement that began in Kingston could lead to some election changes — and leave more money in city coffers.
Kingston City Councilman Tim Neal has been pushing for a referendum to change the municipal election cycle in Kingston to coincide with state and national elections.
“It was a no-brainer with the amount of money we spend on the elections every two years,” Neal said.
Piggybacking on elections that are already being held would save thousands of dollars in those costs.
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