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It looks as if some officials in Calabash may have been trying to pull the wool over their constituents’ eyes.
First, the board of commissioners illegally went into closed session March 8, when it discussed the possibility of purchasing property from commissioner Bill Dixon, who was present for the discussion. The board failed to publicly identify the property location and who owned it.
Not only did the board go into closed session improperly, Dixon violated the town’s code of ethics by participating in the property purchase discussion.
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