Commonwealth Journal

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August 19, 2013

Coming in Tuesday's Commonwealth Journal

Somerset — These are the stories the Commonwealth Journal is following for Tuesday:

• City officials have been annexing properties, both commercial and residential, since it took in more than 45 miles of roadway in 2012 as part of an effort to increase the city’s population and since the city effectively became “wet” after a June 2012 vote.

But one annexation east of Somerset has raised some questions.

• Somerset has already had a taste of New Orleans. Now it’s time to move east across the Gulf of Mexico — to Florida.

And it’s all thanks to a woman with the restaurant business in her veins.

 

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