LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Commissioners carried out po...
11:41 AM, Wednesday, October 01
EDITOR: Three of our county commissioners have succeeded in carrying out a massive power grab. Spearheaded by the chairman, David Austin, and rubber-stamped by commissioners David Carmichael and David Barnett, the three obligated the county for $3...

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