BoCC tends to everyday business, hears reports


Staff Writer

In a March 19 meeting with scant new business, the Board of County Commissioners approved several contracts, appointments and letters, heard several reports, and listened to public comment about the county budget and Second Amendment rights.

After hearing public comment concerning potential upcoming budget cuts, the availability of meeting minutes, and from two Second Amendment activists who again urged the commissioners to consider a resolution to protects the rights of citizens, the board made several decisions as part of the consent agenda:

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