“Every one of these meetings needs to have specific substance planned. It takes considerable resources to put these things together. They should be used to address issues of substance for the entire community,” Craig said.
Hall said it’s worthwhile to “continue the dialogue” to show the public both governments can work together.
The county commission chairman said further down the road the joint meetings would likely be for specific items.
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