Cutting to the Chase 

As James Harvey prepares for his chairmanship of the county commission, he already has a challenge.

Anyone used to listening in to committee meetings of the Shelby County Commission via audio streaming on the commission's website came a cropper last Wednesday — literally. Workmen on the 11th floor involved in the renovation of the Vasco Smith County Administration…

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