The Lee County Board of Supervisors has ratified new two year contracts with the unions representing employees in the secondary roads department and in the administrative unit.
The Lee County Sheriff’s Office will continue providing certain law enforcement services to one community for a limited amount of time.
A plan to house two Lee County departments in one building appears to be moving in a new direction.
The debate over whether to hold a property tax auction in Lee County has moved several other contentious issues back into the spotlight.
A recent vote by the Lee County Board of Supervisors has turned out to be anything but routine.