Warner Robins City Councilman Clifford Holmes, right, served as mayor at Monday's council meeting in the absence of Mayor Randy Toms. Holmes said an ordinance setting rules for citizens to comment at meetings was pulled off the agenda for further study.
Warner Robins City Councilman Clifford Holmes, right, served as mayor at Monday's council meeting in the absence of Mayor Randy Toms. Holmes said an ordinance setting rules for citizens to comment at meetings was pulled off the agenda for further study. Wayne Crenshaw wcrenshaw@macon.com
Warner Robins City Councilman Clifford Holmes, right, served as mayor at Monday's council meeting in the absence of Mayor Randy Toms. Holmes said an ordinance setting rules for citizens to comment at meetings was pulled off the agenda for further study. Wayne Crenshaw wcrenshaw@macon.com
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Warner Robins delays vote on citizen comment rules

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