Rolling Hills

L. D. Courtright has gone back to the non-salaried position of city treasurer, which he held for seven years until resigning in 1983 in order to travel. Courtright, who became the city's financial adviser after his resignation, agreed to return to his old job and was sworn in this week by the City Council.

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