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Plans to construct a new convenience center are continuing, with the next step being a public hearing, although there has not yet been a specific date set, officials said.
“It’s going good, we are preparing for public meetings to present what we have and get input from the public on our new facility,” said Rusty Newton, chairman of the Shelby County 109 Taxing District Board.
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