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I-65 South - MM312 Heroes' Highway Sign
I-65 South - MM312 Heroes' Highway Sign
  • Author: formulanone Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-06-16 12:41:59
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°13'58"N - 86°52'48"W
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CATA No Longer Best Kept Educational Secret In Cullman
CATA No Longer Best Kept Educational Secret In Cullman
  • Author: cullmantoday Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-02-16 17:58:48
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°13'21"N - 86°51'25"W
  • Thursday was a big night in Cullman County for hundreds of students, parents, teachers, instructors, counselors, school administrators and elected officials. The featured occasion was the Cullman Area Technology Academy’s (CATA) Open House and Campus Tour. All 18 of the school's technology-focused career education classrooms were open and staffed with instructors, active students and partner advisors from Wallace State Community College. Guests at the open house were allowed to freely walk the large, sprawling campus in South Vinemont. Visitors were able to witness the live-action vocational programs in full operation, engage in activities inherent on campus as well as interact and ask exploratory questions of students and instructors alike. [We'd like to personally thank JROTC Command Sergeant Megan Corbett who patiently took us on an almost 2 hours walking tour allowing us to explore most everything in great detail. Thank you!] The Cullman Area Technology Academy provides these distinct, standalone technology and career education programs on their campus: • Automobile Technology • Building Construction • Computer Science • Cooperative Education • Cosmetology • Culinary Arts • Drafting & CAD • Electrical Technology • Engineering • Health Sciences • HVAC & Refrigeration • Horticulture & Greenhousing • Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps • Mechatronics-Robotics • Precision Machining • Virtual School Program • Vehicle Collision Repair • Welding Technology cullmantoday.com/2017/02/19/cata-no-longer-best-kept-educ...
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City Employee #4 - PEGGY SMITH - Goes Out At Number 1
City Employee #4 - PEGGY SMITH  - Goes Out At Number 1
  • Author: cullmantoday Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-08-17 19:14:42
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°13'33"N - 86°53'20"W
  • A small gathering of people attended a retirement party for Peggy Smith at TP Country Club Wednesday evening. Smith is the former Director of the Cullman Economic Development Agency (CEDA). She spent a few years in that role mainly attracting a little industrial development and economic growth into Cullman. She also spent some time mentoring Dale Greer who is now the Director. This retirement party was a simple, intimate get together with a few friends and family members. Somehow though, a handful of random folks heard about Peggy’s going away party. They decided to stop by and pay their respects. This group included: • The entire Cullman City Council • Most of Cullman’s legislative delegation • U.S. Congressman Robert Aderholt • The bulk of the Cullman Area Chamber of Commerce • All personnel from the Cullman Economic Development Agency • Several dozens top business, civic, educational & political leaders from around Cullman (and the State of Alabama). There was some food served along with a few cool summer beverages. The party lasted a couple of hours. The gathering was primarily a chance for a few people who worked with Peggy at CEDA to bid her a gracious retirement farewell. And except for a few people who insisted on getting up and giving speeches, making toasts, presenting gifts, and overwhelming the humble, Taoist master Smith, the gathering remained as she hoped it would: calm, intimate and quiet with a minimum of accolades directed at her. For the full story on Peggy Smith's retirement gathering including video of the speaker highlights and plenty of photographs, please see: cullmantoday.com/2017/08/18/city-employee-4-peggy-smith-g...
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City Employee #4 - PEGGY SMITH - Goes Out At Number 1
City Employee #4 - PEGGY SMITH  - Goes Out At Number 1
  • Author: cullmantoday Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-08-17 19:15:16
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°13'32"N - 86°53'20"W
  • A small gathering of people attended a retirement party for Peggy Smith at TP Country Club Wednesday evening. Smith is the former Director of the Cullman Economic Development Agency (CEDA). She spent a few years in that role mainly attracting a little industrial development and economic growth into Cullman. She also spent some time mentoring Dale Greer who is now the Director. This retirement party was a simple, intimate get together with a few friends and family members. Somehow though, a handful of random folks heard about Peggy’s going away party. They decided to stop by and pay their respects. This group included: • The entire Cullman City Council • Most of Cullman’s legislative delegation • U.S. Congressman Robert Aderholt • The bulk of the Cullman Area Chamber of Commerce • All personnel from the Cullman Economic Development Agency • Several dozens top business, civic, educational & political leaders from around Cullman (and the State of Alabama). There was some food served along with a few cool summer beverages. The party lasted a couple of hours. The gathering was primarily a chance for a few people who worked with Peggy at CEDA to bid her a gracious retirement farewell. And except for a few people who insisted on getting up and giving speeches, making toasts, presenting gifts, and overwhelming the humble, Taoist master Smith, the gathering remained as she hoped it would: calm, intimate and quiet with a minimum of accolades directed at her. For the full story on Peggy Smith's retirement gathering including video of the speaker highlights and plenty of photographs, please see: cullmantoday.com/2017/08/18/city-employee-4-peggy-smith-g...
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City Employee #4 - PEGGY SMITH - Goes Out At Number 1
City Employee #4 - PEGGY SMITH  - Goes Out At Number 1
  • Author: cullmantoday Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-08-17 19:16:04
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°13'32"N - 86°53'20"W
  • A small gathering of people attended a retirement party for Peggy Smith at TP Country Club Wednesday evening. Smith is the former Director of the Cullman Economic Development Agency (CEDA). She spent a few years in that role mainly attracting a little industrial development and economic growth into Cullman. She also spent some time mentoring Dale Greer who is now the Director. This retirement party was a simple, intimate get together with a few friends and family members. Somehow though, a handful of random folks heard about Peggy’s going away party. They decided to stop by and pay their respects. This group included: • The entire Cullman City Council • Most of Cullman’s legislative delegation • U.S. Congressman Robert Aderholt • The bulk of the Cullman Area Chamber of Commerce • All personnel from the Cullman Economic Development Agency • Several dozens top business, civic, educational & political leaders from around Cullman (and the State of Alabama). There was some food served along with a few cool summer beverages. The party lasted a couple of hours. The gathering was primarily a chance for a few people who worked with Peggy at CEDA to bid her a gracious retirement farewell. And except for a few people who insisted on getting up and giving speeches, making toasts, presenting gifts, and overwhelming the humble, Taoist master Smith, the gathering remained as she hoped it would: calm, intimate and quiet with a minimum of accolades directed at her. For the full story on Peggy Smith's retirement gathering including video of the speaker highlights and plenty of photographs, please see: cullmantoday.com/2017/08/18/city-employee-4-peggy-smith-g...
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City Employee #4 - PEGGY SMITH - Goes Out At Number 1
City Employee #4 - PEGGY SMITH  - Goes Out At Number 1
  • Author: cullmantoday Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-08-17 19:17:28
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°13'32"N - 86°53'20"W
  • A small gathering of people attended a retirement party for Peggy Smith at TP Country Club Wednesday evening. Smith is the former Director of the Cullman Economic Development Agency (CEDA). She spent a few years in that role mainly attracting a little industrial development and economic growth into Cullman. She also spent some time mentoring Dale Greer who is now the Director. This retirement party was a simple, intimate get together with a few friends and family members. Somehow though, a handful of random folks heard about Peggy’s going away party. They decided to stop by and pay their respects. This group included: • The entire Cullman City Council • Most of Cullman’s legislative delegation • U.S. Congressman Robert Aderholt • The bulk of the Cullman Area Chamber of Commerce • All personnel from the Cullman Economic Development Agency • Several dozens top business, civic, educational & political leaders from around Cullman (and the State of Alabama). There was some food served along with a few cool summer beverages. The party lasted a couple of hours. The gathering was primarily a chance for a few people who worked with Peggy at CEDA to bid her a gracious retirement farewell. And except for a few people who insisted on getting up and giving speeches, making toasts, presenting gifts, and overwhelming the humble, Taoist master Smith, the gathering remained as she hoped it would: calm, intimate and quiet with a minimum of accolades directed at her. For the full story on Peggy Smith's retirement gathering including video of the speaker highlights and plenty of photographs, please see: cullmantoday.com/2017/08/18/city-employee-4-peggy-smith-g...
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City Employee #4 - PEGGY SMITH - Goes Out At Number 1
City Employee #4 - PEGGY SMITH  - Goes Out At Number 1
  • Author: cullmantoday Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-08-17 19:22:11
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°13'32"N - 86°53'20"W
  • A small gathering of people attended a retirement party for Peggy Smith at TP Country Club Wednesday evening. Smith is the former Director of the Cullman Economic Development Agency (CEDA). She spent a few years in that role mainly attracting a little industrial development and economic growth into Cullman. She also spent some time mentoring Dale Greer who is now the Director. This retirement party was a simple, intimate get together with a few friends and family members. Somehow though, a handful of random folks heard about Peggy’s going away party. They decided to stop by and pay their respects. This group included: • The entire Cullman City Council • Most of Cullman’s legislative delegation • U.S. Congressman Robert Aderholt • The bulk of the Cullman Area Chamber of Commerce • All personnel from the Cullman Economic Development Agency • Several dozens top business, civic, educational & political leaders from around Cullman (and the State of Alabama). There was some food served along with a few cool summer beverages. The party lasted a couple of hours. The gathering was primarily a chance for a few people who worked with Peggy at CEDA to bid her a gracious retirement farewell. And except for a few people who insisted on getting up and giving speeches, making toasts, presenting gifts, and overwhelming the humble, Taoist master Smith, the gathering remained as she hoped it would: calm, intimate and quiet with a minimum of accolades directed at her. For the full story on Peggy Smith's retirement gathering including video of the speaker highlights and plenty of photographs, please see: cullmantoday.com/2017/08/18/city-employee-4-peggy-smith-g...
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City Employee #4 - PEGGY SMITH - Goes Out At Number 1
City Employee #4 - PEGGY SMITH  - Goes Out At Number 1
  • Author: cullmantoday Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-08-17 18:30:13
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°13'32"N - 86°53'20"W
  • A small gathering of people attended a retirement party for Peggy Smith at TP Country Club Wednesday evening. Smith is the former Director of the Cullman Economic Development Agency (CEDA). She spent a few years in that role mainly attracting a little industrial development and economic growth into Cullman. She also spent some time mentoring Dale Greer who is now the Director. This retirement party was a simple, intimate get together with a few friends and family members. Somehow though, a handful of random folks heard about Peggy’s going away party. They decided to stop by and pay their respects. This group included: • The entire Cullman City Council • Most of Cullman’s legislative delegation • U.S. Congressman Robert Aderholt • The bulk of the Cullman Area Chamber of Commerce • All personnel from the Cullman Economic Development Agency • Several dozens top business, civic, educational & political leaders from around Cullman (and the State of Alabama). There was some food served along with a few cool summer beverages. The party lasted a couple of hours. The gathering was primarily a chance for a few people who worked with Peggy at CEDA to bid her a gracious retirement farewell. And except for a few people who insisted on getting up and giving speeches, making toasts, presenting gifts, and overwhelming the humble, Taoist master Smith, the gathering remained as she hoped it would: calm, intimate and quiet with a minimum of accolades directed at her. For the full story on Peggy Smith's retirement gathering including video of the speaker highlights and plenty of photographs, please see: cullmantoday.com/2017/08/18/city-employee-4-peggy-smith-g...
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City Employee #4 - PEGGY SMITH - Goes Out At Number 1
City Employee #4 - PEGGY SMITH  - Goes Out At Number 1
  • Author: cullmantoday Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-08-17 18:31:51
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°13'32"N - 86°53'20"W
  • A small gathering of people attended a retirement party for Peggy Smith at TP Country Club Wednesday evening. Smith is the former Director of the Cullman Economic Development Agency (CEDA). She spent a few years in that role mainly attracting a little industrial development and economic growth into Cullman. She also spent some time mentoring Dale Greer who is now the Director. This retirement party was a simple, intimate get together with a few friends and family members. Somehow though, a handful of random folks heard about Peggy’s going away party. They decided to stop by and pay their respects. This group included: • The entire Cullman City Council • Most of Cullman’s legislative delegation • U.S. Congressman Robert Aderholt • The bulk of the Cullman Area Chamber of Commerce • All personnel from the Cullman Economic Development Agency • Several dozens top business, civic, educational & political leaders from around Cullman (and the State of Alabama). There was some food served along with a few cool summer beverages. The party lasted a couple of hours. The gathering was primarily a chance for a few people who worked with Peggy at CEDA to bid her a gracious retirement farewell. And except for a few people who insisted on getting up and giving speeches, making toasts, presenting gifts, and overwhelming the humble, Taoist master Smith, the gathering remained as she hoped it would: calm, intimate and quiet with a minimum of accolades directed at her. For the full story on Peggy Smith's retirement gathering including video of the speaker highlights and plenty of photographs, please see: cullmantoday.com/2017/08/18/city-employee-4-peggy-smith-g...
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City Employee #4 - PEGGY SMITH - Goes Out At Number 1
City Employee #4 - PEGGY SMITH  - Goes Out At Number 1
  • Author: cullmantoday Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-08-17 18:37:47
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°13'32"N - 86°53'20"W
  • A small gathering of people attended a retirement party for Peggy Smith at TP Country Club Wednesday evening. Smith is the former Director of the Cullman Economic Development Agency (CEDA). She spent a few years in that role mainly attracting a little industrial development and economic growth into Cullman. She also spent some time mentoring Dale Greer who is now the Director. This retirement party was a simple, intimate get together with a few friends and family members. Somehow though, a handful of random folks heard about Peggy’s going away party. They decided to stop by and pay their respects. This group included: • The entire Cullman City Council • Most of Cullman’s legislative delegation • U.S. Congressman Robert Aderholt • The bulk of the Cullman Area Chamber of Commerce • All personnel from the Cullman Economic Development Agency • Several dozens top business, civic, educational & political leaders from around Cullman (and the State of Alabama). There was some food served along with a few cool summer beverages. The party lasted a couple of hours. The gathering was primarily a chance for a few people who worked with Peggy at CEDA to bid her a gracious retirement farewell. And except for a few people who insisted on getting up and giving speeches, making toasts, presenting gifts, and overwhelming the humble, Taoist master Smith, the gathering remained as she hoped it would: calm, intimate and quiet with a minimum of accolades directed at her. For the full story on Peggy Smith's retirement gathering including video of the speaker highlights and plenty of photographs, please see: cullmantoday.com/2017/08/18/city-employee-4-peggy-smith-g...
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City Employee #4 - PEGGY SMITH - Goes Out At Number 1
City Employee #4 - PEGGY SMITH  - Goes Out At Number 1
  • Author: cullmantoday Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-08-17 18:40:07
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°13'32"N - 86°53'20"W
  • A small gathering of people attended a retirement party for Peggy Smith at TP Country Club Wednesday evening. Smith is the former Director of the Cullman Economic Development Agency (CEDA). She spent a few years in that role mainly attracting a little industrial development and economic growth into Cullman. She also spent some time mentoring Dale Greer who is now the Director. This retirement party was a simple, intimate get together with a few friends and family members. Somehow though, a handful of random folks heard about Peggy’s going away party. They decided to stop by and pay their respects. This group included: • The entire Cullman City Council • Most of Cullman’s legislative delegation • U.S. Congressman Robert Aderholt • The bulk of the Cullman Area Chamber of Commerce • All personnel from the Cullman Economic Development Agency • Several dozens top business, civic, educational & political leaders from around Cullman (and the State of Alabama). There was some food served along with a few cool summer beverages. The party lasted a couple of hours. The gathering was primarily a chance for a few people who worked with Peggy at CEDA to bid her a gracious retirement farewell. And except for a few people who insisted on getting up and giving speeches, making toasts, presenting gifts, and overwhelming the humble, Taoist master Smith, the gathering remained as she hoped it would: calm, intimate and quiet with a minimum of accolades directed at her. For the full story on Peggy Smith's retirement gathering including video of the speaker highlights and plenty of photographs, please see: cullmantoday.com/2017/08/18/city-employee-4-peggy-smith-g...
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City Employee #4 - PEGGY SMITH - Goes Out At Number 1
City Employee #4 - PEGGY SMITH  - Goes Out At Number 1
  • Author: cullmantoday Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-08-17 18:43:15
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°13'33"N - 86°53'20"W
  • A small gathering of people attended a retirement party for Peggy Smith at TP Country Club Wednesday evening. Smith is the former Director of the Cullman Economic Development Agency (CEDA). She spent a few years in that role mainly attracting a little industrial development and economic growth into Cullman. She also spent some time mentoring Dale Greer who is now the Director. This retirement party was a simple, intimate get together with a few friends and family members. Somehow though, a handful of random folks heard about Peggy’s going away party. They decided to stop by and pay their respects. This group included: • The entire Cullman City Council • Most of Cullman’s legislative delegation • U.S. Congressman Robert Aderholt • The bulk of the Cullman Area Chamber of Commerce • All personnel from the Cullman Economic Development Agency • Several dozens top business, civic, educational & political leaders from around Cullman (and the State of Alabama). There was some food served along with a few cool summer beverages. The party lasted a couple of hours. The gathering was primarily a chance for a few people who worked with Peggy at CEDA to bid her a gracious retirement farewell. And except for a few people who insisted on getting up and giving speeches, making toasts, presenting gifts, and overwhelming the humble, Taoist master Smith, the gathering remained as she hoped it would: calm, intimate and quiet with a minimum of accolades directed at her. For the full story on Peggy Smith's retirement gathering including video of the speaker highlights and plenty of photographs, please see: cullmantoday.com/2017/08/18/city-employee-4-peggy-smith-g...
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City Employee #4 - PEGGY SMITH - Goes Out At Number 1
City Employee #4 - PEGGY SMITH  - Goes Out At Number 1
  • Author: cullmantoday Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-08-17 19:07:42
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°13'32"N - 86°53'20"W
  • A small gathering of people attended a retirement party for Peggy Smith at TP Country Club Wednesday evening. Smith is the former Director of the Cullman Economic Development Agency (CEDA). She spent a few years in that role mainly attracting a little industrial development and economic growth into Cullman. She also spent some time mentoring Dale Greer who is now the Director. This retirement party was a simple, intimate get together with a few friends and family members. Somehow though, a handful of random folks heard about Peggy’s going away party. They decided to stop by and pay their respects. This group included: • The entire Cullman City Council • Most of Cullman’s legislative delegation • U.S. Congressman Robert Aderholt • The bulk of the Cullman Area Chamber of Commerce • All personnel from the Cullman Economic Development Agency • Several dozens top business, civic, educational & political leaders from around Cullman (and the State of Alabama). There was some food served along with a few cool summer beverages. The party lasted a couple of hours. The gathering was primarily a chance for a few people who worked with Peggy at CEDA to bid her a gracious retirement farewell. And except for a few people who insisted on getting up and giving speeches, making toasts, presenting gifts, and overwhelming the humble, Taoist master Smith, the gathering remained as she hoped it would: calm, intimate and quiet with a minimum of accolades directed at her. For the full story on Peggy Smith's retirement gathering including video of the speaker highlights and plenty of photographs, please see: cullmantoday.com/2017/08/18/city-employee-4-peggy-smith-g...
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City Employee #4 - PEGGY SMITH - Goes Out At Number 1
City Employee #4 - PEGGY SMITH  - Goes Out At Number 1
  • Author: cullmantoday Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-08-17 19:08:36
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°13'33"N - 86°53'20"W
  • A small gathering of people attended a retirement party for Peggy Smith at TP Country Club Wednesday evening. Smith is the former Director of the Cullman Economic Development Agency (CEDA). She spent a few years in that role mainly attracting a little industrial development and economic growth into Cullman. She also spent some time mentoring Dale Greer who is now the Director. This retirement party was a simple, intimate get together with a few friends and family members. Somehow though, a handful of random folks heard about Peggy’s going away party. They decided to stop by and pay their respects. This group included: • The entire Cullman City Council • Most of Cullman’s legislative delegation • U.S. Congressman Robert Aderholt • The bulk of the Cullman Area Chamber of Commerce • All personnel from the Cullman Economic Development Agency • Several dozens top business, civic, educational & political leaders from around Cullman (and the State of Alabama). There was some food served along with a few cool summer beverages. The party lasted a couple of hours. The gathering was primarily a chance for a few people who worked with Peggy at CEDA to bid her a gracious retirement farewell. And except for a few people who insisted on getting up and giving speeches, making toasts, presenting gifts, and overwhelming the humble, Taoist master Smith, the gathering remained as she hoped it would: calm, intimate and quiet with a minimum of accolades directed at her. For the full story on Peggy Smith's retirement gathering including video of the speaker highlights and plenty of photographs, please see: cullmantoday.com/2017/08/18/city-employee-4-peggy-smith-g...
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City Employee #4 - PEGGY SMITH - Goes Out At Number 1
City Employee #4 - PEGGY SMITH  - Goes Out At Number 1
  • Author: cullmantoday Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-08-17 19:10:30
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°13'33"N - 86°53'20"W
  • A small gathering of people attended a retirement party for Peggy Smith at TP Country Club Wednesday evening. Smith is the former Director of the Cullman Economic Development Agency (CEDA). She spent a few years in that role mainly attracting a little industrial development and economic growth into Cullman. She also spent some time mentoring Dale Greer who is now the Director. This retirement party was a simple, intimate get together with a few friends and family members. Somehow though, a handful of random folks heard about Peggy’s going away party. They decided to stop by and pay their respects. This group included: • The entire Cullman City Council • Most of Cullman’s legislative delegation • U.S. Congressman Robert Aderholt • The bulk of the Cullman Area Chamber of Commerce • All personnel from the Cullman Economic Development Agency • Several dozens top business, civic, educational & political leaders from around Cullman (and the State of Alabama). There was some food served along with a few cool summer beverages. The party lasted a couple of hours. The gathering was primarily a chance for a few people who worked with Peggy at CEDA to bid her a gracious retirement farewell. And except for a few people who insisted on getting up and giving speeches, making toasts, presenting gifts, and overwhelming the humble, Taoist master Smith, the gathering remained as she hoped it would: calm, intimate and quiet with a minimum of accolades directed at her. For the full story on Peggy Smith's retirement gathering including video of the speaker highlights and plenty of photographs, please see: cullmantoday.com/2017/08/18/city-employee-4-peggy-smith-g...
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