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BC Commission Wants To Be Heard

September 9, 2013

Barnes County Commissioners are looking for a way to be be better heard at commission meetings.
Meeting Tuesday, Sept. 3, the five-member board heard a report on microphones from Management of Information Systems Department Director Jason Thiel.
Asked about a better sound system for the commission room, Thiel said a new set of microphones for commissioners plus a portable microphone for members of the public wanting to speak would cost about $2,235.
Read more in Monday's Times-Record.

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