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It’s really a positive in a community when decision-makers listen to public input and respond appropriately.
That’s why it was refreshing to hear last week about the aggressive changes that the Shelby County A&M board had adopted for the upcoming Shelby County Fair.
Last year the fair had come under significant criticism because of its high prices for admission and ride bracelets and for its restrictive gate practices.
Those complaints were well-founded and – much more importantly – well-received.
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