Effingham County commissioners unanimously adopted a service delivery strategy at a special called meeting Wednesday morning, perhaps putting an end to a drawn-out and at times contentious process.
Commissioners approved amended stipulations and also approved having Chairman Dusty Zeigler sign into authorization a joint resolution.
“It’s been a long time coming,” Zeigler said. “It’s been a lot of work. There’s been a lot of frustration, and there’s been a lot of critical points to cover. It’s relieving that it’s over and exciting we can all get along and move forward and get something done.”
For the complete story, see Friday's edtion of the Effingham Herald.