“Perhaps this is a way of letting other people know about what happens at a commission meeting, and thereby encourage their interest to participate in the future by coming here. Right now as I see it, it’s apathy and ignorance, and perhaps this is a way of addressing that,” Boylan said.
County Attorney David McRee said these meetings don’t lawfully require security checkpoints like the courthouse.
“It’d be up to you what security requirements you’d like to establish for a meeting away from the courthouse,” McRee said.
More discussion follows for the county’s possible quarterly fire station meetings.
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