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South Boston council meets tonight / February 08, 2021
South Boston Town Council will meet for its regular monthly meeting tonight at 7 p.m. at the Washington Coleman Community Center.

On the February agenda is a resolution of appreciation for retired South Boston Police Lt. Ronnie Edmonds, who stepped down in March 2020 after serving 30 years on the town force. Edmonds joined the department in 1990 as a patrol officer and is credited with saving multiple lives during his career in policing.

Council members also expect to hear a funding request for the Halifax Area Rural Transportation program, also known as the HART Bus. Set to appear before Council is Gwen Hinzman, executive director of Lake Country Area Agency for the Aging, which operates the system.

Tonight’s meeting at the WCCC, at 1927 Jeffress Boulevard, is open to the public.

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