Approximately 100 citizens attend Sulphur town hall meeting

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

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Photo by Susan Holland County Judge Barry Moehring gave an overview of the workings of county government at the town hall meeting in Sulphur Springs August 7. A question and answer session followed at which he heard from several area citizens and assured each one that their concerns would be addressed. The meeting was attended by approximately 100 persons.

Photo by Susan Holland County Judge Barry Moehring gave an overview of the workings of county government at the town hall meeting in Sulphur Springs August 7. A question and answer session followed at which he heard from several area citizens and assured each one that their concerns would be addressed. The meeting was attended by approximately 100 persons.

Approximately 100 area citizens attended the town hall meeting held Monday, July 31, at Sulphur Springs. County Judge Barry Moehring, Chief Deputy Meyer Gilbert of the Sheriff's Office and County Assessor Rod Greve were present and gave short talks outlining the duties of their offices.


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