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INDEPENDENCE — After the last month’s rather divisive Grayson County Board of Supervisors meetings, this Monday’s organizational meeting was calm by comparison.
However, some lingering tensions simmered beneath the surface.
For example, Oldtown District Supervisor and former chairman Kenneth Belton inquired about establishing an anti-nepotism policy, while Wilson District Supervisor Glen Rosenbaum questioned whether the board could amend its rules of procedure to allow items to be added to the board’s agenda at a meeting.
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