Kudos to County Commission

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It's nice to see the County Commissioners reach out to the public by having meetings around the county. Yes, some of it is out of necessity with the obvious renovations at the Commission office, but at least they are trying. Unlike the City of Statesboro, they at least have enough show up to make a meeting. Better yet, when the commissioners meet and one of them leaves office they don't argue about how it was done. What's next with the City of "Soaps-boro?"

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