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Councilman: Conflict with city attorney may go to court

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By Laura Hagan

As the La Grange City Council meeting began Monday night, council member Jason Taylor addressed an incident that took place at the council’s November meeting.

“Obviously there is a difference in opinion between the council and the mayor regarding the city attorney issue,” Taylor said. 

At the Nov. 3 meeting, Mayor Elsie Carter addressed the issue of Graham Whatley’s nomination as city attorney and said council members didn’t have the right to deny his nomination. 


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