County votes to sue town
Supervisors voted Monday to “proceed with litigation against the town on the issue of the use of gaming revenue.”
Board attorney Ellis Pittman said the Board had considered issues of gaming revenue and how it was being used in executive session. Board members voted again in open session, with District 4 supervisor Henry Nickson making the motion, District 5’s McKinley Daley seconding, and Board president James Dunn and Phillis Williams of District 3 voting in the affirmative. District 2’s Cedric Burnett voted no.
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