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Editorial: Case must be made for charter change

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Saratoga Springs voters will get to decide in November whether they want a new form of government, after the City Council last week agreed to put the proposition on the ballot. The council had long sought to block a vote, and stubborn Mayor Scott Johnson continued to vote against one last week. But the decision served the democratic process, and was a deserved victory for Saratoga Citizen, the community group pushing for the governmental change. ...

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