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Reader Opinion: Incredulous actions

How in the world can we elect county commissioners to represent us and then think that they would have a conflict of interest by being on the WIC board.

​How in the world can we elect county commissioners to represent us and then think that they would have a conflict of interest by being on the WIC board.

If they are worthy of being a county official they should have no ethical problem serving on the WIC board. I think the administrator is stretching the bounds of credibility with this action.

Ray Sewell

Fort Ripley

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