County Tax-Rate Battle Ends 

Luttrell is the winner, as dramatic conversions finally resolve the on-again, off-again issue.

So finally it's over! Shelby County commissioner Sidney Chism, who had been abstaining on all prior votes on the county's 2013-14 tax rate, out of consideration for a possible conflict-of-interest situation, made the dramatic announcement at the beginning of Monday's meeting that…

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