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Things got tense at the Holden Beach commissioners’ Jan. 8 meeting when Dennis Harrington, the newest board member, asked to add two things to the agenda just after the meeting started.
Commissioners typically call town officials days before the meeting and ask that certain items be placed on the agenda.
One of the items was a request for the town to take tax money and pay for curbside recycling.
Seventy-five residents have signed up for curbside recycling, which costs $50 a year and has pick-up twice a month.
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