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Like many others, I haven't been exactly front and center at the Grayson County Board of Supervisors’ meetings.
When there's a big issue, we pack the board room, sign up to speak and wait hours to ask questions that they decline to answer.
They know we will melt away as the heat dies down. But at the Nov. 30 tax protest meeting, we were standing-room only at the 1908 Courthouse, and I never before saw such a big mix of people — old-timers, farmers, move-ins and move-backs, old and young, some well-to-do and others barely getting by.
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