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    Fremont residents in favor of having certain sexual education or LGBTQ-themed books removed from the Keene Memorial Library seem to have an ally in Ward 2 Council Member Glen Ellis, who last week proposed a book selection task force to examine how controversial materials are purchased at the…

      Concerns about a new library book relocation policy caused Fremont Ward 4 Council Member Sally Ganem to question her original decision to approve the new policy in mid-February.

        The Fremont City Council received a report and hosted a public hearing on the city’s one- and six-year streets project plans last week, with some members of the council irritated at the priority ranking of projects included in the preliminary draft.

          Efforts to revitalize and upgrade the Fremont Mall took a small step forward last week when the Fremont City Council approved moving discussion for a request for an enhanced employment occupation tax to the Fremont Planning Commission for a public hearing.

          WinItBack Patriots will be meeting on Thursday, March 23, at Milady Coffeehouse Event Center — East Wing, Sixth Street and Park Avenue, in Fremont. The meeting will start at 6 p.m. Attendees are asked to enter through the south (back) door.


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