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Mayor Murphy praises Council decision on Charter changes

After the Merced City Council last week continued steps to put a number of Charter amendments on the March ballot, Mayor Mike Murphy praised the decision and urged the community to support the process. “I think they are all good changes that will move the city forward,” he told the Times in an interview. “We had a citizen commission that really…

City to bundle Charter issues for ballot consideration

Merced leaders on Tuesday night accepted a number of proposed amendments to the City Charter — the municipality’s governing document — and directed staff to come up with a single ballot question for voters to decide on in the March primary election. Members of the City Council voted 5-2 to move forward with the ballot strategy based on…

Upscale, private office suites open in north Merced

A new line of upscale, private offices known as Elite Suites has opened up for local businesses, start-ups and entrepreneurs. Elite Suites, located at 368 E. Yosemite Ave., Suite 200, offers a fresh, innovative office space concept with all-inclusive amenities at an affordable price. The Greater Merced Chamber of Commerce…

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