SWEETWATER

Worker fired for creating company on city time

 
 
Sweetwater City Hall on Tuesday, August 6, 2013.  FBI agents have arrested Sweetwater Mayor Manuel "Manny" Maro–o at their City Hall offices on bribery-related charges.
Sweetwater City Hall on Tuesday, August 6, 2013. FBI agents have arrested Sweetwater Mayor Manuel "Manny" Maro–o at their City Hall offices on bribery-related charges.
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