The Jefferson County commissioners got down to business for 2013 with a new look but still talking about old business, from board assignments to recent county funding cuts to three nonprofits.
Democratic Commissioner Casey Tighe, who defeated Republican incumbent John Odom in November’s election, was sworn into office right before the Jan. 8 meeting along with Commissioner Faye Griffin, who was unopposed in her bid for re-election.
The meeting marked the first time since Nov. 15 that all three elected officials were present and voting.
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