News Line for Trenton

Lawson Conducts City Meeting, Mayor Recovering From Surgery
The Trenton City Commission held its regular monthly meeting Monday, May 12 with vice-mayor Tommy Lawson conducting the meeting.
Source: Dade County Sentinel

Lowery Wins City Election With Only 41 Votes
The Special Election in the City of Trenton to elect a Streets Commissioner drew just six percent of the City’s registered voters last week as Tommy Lowery won the seat with only 41 votes.
Source: Dade County Sentinel

Commissioners Want SPLOST To Continue
The Dade County Commission held a Special Called Meeting last Thursday for the purpose of an Intergovernmental Agreement with the City of Trenton, Dade County Industrial Development Authority, and Water and Sewer Authority for SPLOST Referendum including General Obligation Bonds.
Source: Dade County Sentinel

City Voters Can Cast Votes Starting Monday
The upcoming election for Streets Commissioner has been set for March 18 with three people qualifying for the position, Tommy Lowery, David Moore and Donald Taylor. Early voting will begin on Feb. 24 and end March 14.
Source: Dade County Sentinel

Three Qualify For Special Election
The City of Trenton will hold a Special Election on March 18th after three people qualified for the vacant Streets Commissioner position last week.
Source: Dade County Sentinel

City Overcomes More Than A Quarter Of A Million Dollar Deficit; Ends 2013 With Surplus
The Trenton City Council opened its first meeting of 2014 with the swearing in of two councilmen and City Clerk.
Source: Dade County Sentinel