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August 7, 2002

Lee County voters in the Redbone district will return to their old polling place one more time.

The fire station on Thundering Springs Road will be the voting site for the August 20th primary. Elections were planned to be moved to the new fire station on Graves Springs Road, but construction delays pushed it back.

Elections Supervisor Veronica Johnson says, "I think everyone in the area is familiar and their is not a great deal of distance, less than a mile, between the two stations, not a whole lot of confusion of where to go."

On election day, there will be a sign posted at the new fire station directing people to the correct polling place on Thundering Springs Road. The new fire station will be complete in time for September run-offs.

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