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South Boston Council looks at emergency plan / March 10, 2014
South Boston Town Council has a very short agenda for its regular monthly meeting which begins at 7 p.m. this evening in Council Chambers on Yancey Street. Council is expected to adopt the Joint Emergency Operations Plan which was prepared in conjunction with that of Halifax County and which has to be approved every five years.

Council will then have its public comment period for any resident who wishes to address members on any subject before going into closed session to review prospective candidates for employment by the Town.

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