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The Morris City Council held its regular meeting at the Morris Area High School auditorium on Tuesday morning so students could attend and see how local government conducts business. For the last three years, the council has held one meeting a year at the high school. On Tuesday, the council voted unanimously to accept a bid from Northland Securities for bonds that will be used to finance infrastructure repairs in the Highland Homes Addition this summer. Photo by Sue Dieter, Sun Tribune.

Students get first-hand look at city government in action

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By Sue Dieter

Sun Tribune

Morris Area high school students got a first-hand look at how city improvements are financed Tuesday morning.

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The Morris City Council held their regular meeting at the school for the benefit of Morris Area civics students.

Much of their agenda was focused on the sale of general obligation bonds for the Highland Homes improvement project.

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