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Carroll County voters received a significant dividend for their vote for change in government when two of the newly-elected supervisors courageously broke ranks and blew the whistle on the board’s unnecessarily closed informational meeting with prospective wind farm developers.
This was a clash of the old way — criticized for overuse of executive sessions, with the new — a promise of more open and inclusive government.
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