County commission meetings are held largely for elected officials to conduct the business of the county. They also provide a public forum for residents to voice concerns about the county and how local government operates.
On Monday evening Pinecrest resident Rick Gillium took the opportunity to do just that.
Gillium began his address to the group by pointing out that the drug activity in his neighborhood, the Pinecrest community, has become a serious problem.
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