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NSB City Commission meeting rescheduled # A special New Smyrna Beach City Commission meeting will be held 5 p.m. Thursday in the Deberry Room of the Utilities Commission Building, 200 Canal St. The meeting was scheduled for Tuesday, byt moved due to Tropical Storm Fay.

Early voting locales changed # Early voting locations in the New Smyrna Beach Library and elsewhere in Volusia County will be closed on Wednesday. Voters can go to the early voting site at the Volusia County Historic Courthouse, 125 W. New York Ave., DeLand.

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NEW SMYRNA BEACH -- Volusia County Schools were ordered closed for Tuesday and Wednesday by Superintendent Margaret Smith.
 
The decision was made because of expected high winds and possible flooding from heavy rains due to Tropical Storm Fay, Smith said through the school district's calling system to parents and guardians.
 
Only essential personnel are expected to report to their respective schools, Smith said.

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OAK HILL -- A Domino's pizza deliveryman was robbed at gunpoint Friday of his pizza, cell phone and $80 in cash after he made a delivery and three men answered the door with one of them pointing a sawed-off shotgun at him, Oak Hill police said.
 
The delivery man was forced to lay on the ground as he was robbed at 10:45 p.m., Oak Hill police Sgt. Robert F. Walker said.
 
Walker declined to say where the delivery took place because he is close to making arrests.
 

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NEW SMYRNA BEACH -- A 33-year-old New Smyrna Beach man was arrested Friday during a motor vehicle stop on a three-year-old warrant charging him with violation of probation for sale and delivery of marijuana, police said.
 
Rex Bissell was taken into custody on the outstanding warrant following the 5:06 p.m. traffic stop on Fairgreen Avenue.
 

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New Smyrna Beach

Deanna Osenieks, 38, of New Smyrna Beach,
enjoys the fresh culinary delights with her sons,
2-year-old Evan and 6-month-old Blake on Thursday

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City clerk/administrator candidate interviews tonight

OAK HILL -- The city has received 90 applications to fill the vacant city clerk/administrator position that pays upwards of $50,000 annually, and has whittled that list down to seven to be interviewed tonight.

Deputy Clerk Laura Goodearly, who makes $35,000, is among the applicants to replace Stella McLeod, who resigned July 11. She gave no reason for leaving the job that paid her $45,000 a year. The City Commission will conduct the interviews at 5:30 p.m. at City Hall.

Meet the candidates

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NEW SMYRNA BEACH -- A 46-year-old Edgewater man was arrested this morning on burglary and theft charges after police said they caught him trying to take pieces of scrap metal from the back of a tractor-trailer at 1125 S. Orange St.
 
"He was caught red-handed in the act right in broad daylight," New Smyrna Beach police Sgt. Eugene Griffith said of the 7 a.m. incident.
 

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