Board of Supervisors raise up “chicken keeping” issue

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August 21, 2013

8:23 PM

The Williamsburg Yorktown Daily reports there were disagreements about a closed meeting agenda in the James City County Board of Supervisors meeting. The board prompted discussion after a series of concerned citizens used a public comment session to express disapproval. After a closed session meeting used to review County Administrator Robert Middaugh, one of the Board supervisors revealed the board discussed policy in the meeting as well.

Read more: http://wydaily.com/2013/08/16/jcc-supervisors-sound-off-on-closed-meeting-policy-discussion/

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