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17573
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Charlotte and Mecklenburg County have come up with a \"dog day\" plan for financing the animal shelter used by both units of government. The plan calls for the city to pay all the operating expenses and to collect all revenue from the sale of dogs. At the end of the month the costs will be divided between the city and county on basis of number of chargeable \"dog days.\"
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17572
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Courts in North Carolina are grappling with the practice of reducing charges of drunken driving to reckless driving--a practice law enforcers see as an obstacle.
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17576
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The Executive Committee of the North Carolina Police Executives Association urged city, county, and state officials to place law enforcement in North Carolina on a professional basis. The Committee made recommendations concerning minimum employment standards, conditions of employment, and compensation.
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Popular Government (NoCar JK 4101 P6), Vol. 18 Issue 6, Feb 1952, p6, Back cover
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17577
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McMahon discusses the modernization of record keeping for counties in North Carolina, including ways to preserve records for further use.
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Popular Government (NoCar JK 4101 P6), Vol. 18 Issue 6, Feb 1952, p7-14
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17575
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The Supreme Court of North Carolina has recently ruled that a municipality may not levy and collect taxes on taxicabs operated within its limits in excess of $16.
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17574
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Several North Carolina cities and towns are looking into the possibility of consolidating urban and rural schools for economic and curricular reasons.
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