Mayor's Award


Granite Shoals honors Brady, hears city attorney is moving on

By Glynis Crawford Smith

The Highlander

Jason Brady was honored with the Granite Shoals Mayor's Award on April 21 in the meeting in which the city council  learned city attorney, Brad Young, is to depart.

Brady received applause from citizens at the meeting as well as accolades from Mayor Carl Brugger.


Scarborough receives Granite Shoals Mayor's Award

Glynis Crawford Smith/The Highlander

Granite Shoals Mayor Carl Brugger, left, honors Roger Scarborough with a Mayor's Award Thursday night, Nov. 11. Scarbrough and his wife Joanne, right, have been residents of the city since 1984 and he has served the city in a long list of civic advisor and commission work, as well as the Board of Adjustment.




By Glynis Crawford Smith

The Highlander

Roger Scarborough, long-time Granite Shoals resident, was honored with the Granite Shoals Mayor's Award at the city council meeting held Thursday, Dec. 1.

Mayor Carl Brugger called his work on the Planning and Zoning Commission, Board of Adjustments, the Comprehensive Plan Committee and the Airport Advisory Committee significant.

The Charter Committee that drafted the city's charter is foundational to the city laws and ordinances we have today,” said Brugger. “His work with these groups and the expertise he provided (and still provides) cannot be overstated.

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