Monday, March 19, 2012 at 9:00 am (Updated: March 19, 9:21 pm)
“Let’s try something, even if it’s wrong.”
That apparent misguidance may have merit in two current situations in Perry County.
In one, county-council members are attempting to undo a long process the county commissioners finished up in December. In the other, the mayor of Cannelton is suggesting an ordinance protecting renters be rescinded.
Before the county commissioners did their part, others worked hard as members of a committee examining the county’s need for an animal-control ordinance.
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