Mayor reads statement toward end of City Council meeting
By Jesef Williams
Sunday, March 31, 2013 at 6:00 am (Updated: March 31, 6:00 am)
Sandy McGarry was wowed when hearing about what happened at Lancaster City Council’s meeting Tuesday, March 26.
After returning from an executive (closed) session, Mayor Joe Shaw said the city will not change its existing ordinance regarding business license inspections.
McGarry, chairwoman of the Lancaster County Republican Party, was one of several people who spoke against the city’s intent to require businesses to submit portions of their federal and state income tax returns to the city.
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