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City under consent order from the state related to arsenic levels

As previously expected, the Georgia Department of Natural Resources Environmental Protection Division has placed the City of Cairo under a consent order with the requirement that the new arsenic treatment system at the city's new water plant be operational by March 31, 2017.

New student leadership program being organized here

The Association County Commissioners of Georgia delivered a $2,500 check to Cairo High School Tuesday to start a new youth leadership program. The grant was announced during a ceremonial check presentation held at the school Tuesday afternoon. The money will help build the Georgia Civic Awareness Program for Students, or GCAPS, at CHS. The program is designed to expose students to the workings of government.

Gravenstein stepping down from city planning commission

Council taps
Hansel Bearden
as replacement
City of Cairo Planning Commissioner Ed Gravenstein, who has served on the zoning board since April 2014, has requested to step down prior to the expiration of his term and on Monday night the Cairo City Council appointed a replacement.

Cairo High School to host open house next Monday

Cairo High School will hold its First Semester Open House Monday, Aug. 29 at 6:30 p.m.  Parents and guardians are asked to meet in the C.H.S. auditorium for a quick meeting to pick up student schedules. Everyone will then be dismissed to follow his or her student's schedule and meet their first semester teachers.  Parents will receive a class syllabus and brief description of the class and expectations for the first semester.

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