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Officials join hands in scheduled town meeting for August 31

Officials join hands in scheduled town meeting for August 31

The Jackson County Commission, the Jackson County School Board, along with officials from Jackson County municipalities such as Alford, Bascom, Campbellton, Cottondale, Graceville, Grand Ridge, Greenwood, Jacob, Malone, Marianna, and Sneads will converge on Rivertown Community Church.

The purpose of this session is to allow each entity represented a time to discuss what each organization to let the public and other departments know the projects are working on and have plans for in the near future.  This will give the public at large knowledge of all projects being considered by every county board and municipality, as well as give them a chance to add their input.  

The meeting will be at RCC at 4534 Lafayette Street at 12 noon.  The public is invited to attend.

Later that evening, commissioner Eric Hill is hosting a very informal Town Hall meeting at the Captain’s Table Restaurant in Sneads.  The meeting is scheduled for 6-8 p.m.  To keep in compliance with the Sunshine Law, commissioner Hill will be the only commissioner present.  Hill told the Times, “This is an opportunity for citizens to ask questions about any concerns they have, what they would like to see the county work towards, just anything they need to speak up about.  I hope to have a good turnout and that everyone will leave feeling that they’ve been heard.”  

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