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Lee County leaders discuss "local preference option"

Lee County Chairman Rick Muggridge discusses the "local preference option." (Source:WALB) Lee County Chairman Rick Muggridge discusses the "local preference option." (Source:WALB)
The board plans to take a vote next month. (Source:WALB) The board plans to take a vote next month. (Source:WALB)
The County Attorney has been asked to draft an ordinance that would favor vendors in Lee County and neighboring counties. (Source:WALB) The County Attorney has been asked to draft an ordinance that would favor vendors in Lee County and neighboring counties. (Source:WALB)
LEE CO., GA (WALB) -

Lee County is also working on a plan to include a "local preference option" for county contacts.
Tuesday night, commissioners asked the county attorney to draft an ordinance that would favor vendors in Lee County and neighboring counties.
They plan to take vote next month.

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