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Vision Committee fails to meet again

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By Jeff M. Hardison

For the second time since he became Chairman of the Chiefland Vision Committee, Mayor M. Teal Pomeroy was forced to declare the meeting "cancelled due to lack of a quorum."

There were too few members to hold the Nov. 13 meeting, but the day offered an opportunity for another member to quit.

Doug King, a charter member since the Vision Committee formed in 1997, resigned effective that day. King is the only original member who had remained on the committee up until that day.


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