Board shakes things up
Six little letters set the tone for the Board of Supervisors’ meeting on Jan. 3.
County officials took up change–in meeting times, personnel, salaries and travel procedures. The session began at 9 a.m. and adjourned shortly before noon.
After the minutes of the meetings in December were read, Chancery Clerk Rechelle Siggers announced that the board would select a president and vice president. District 2 Supervisor Cedric Burnett nominated James Dunn as president. Dunn won by unanimous vote. Henry Nickson, who was also nominated by Burnett, was unanimously elected vice president.
Dunn, after taking the seat at the head of the table, thanked the board for the nod.
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