Code Enforcement rep. challenges city council

At least one member of Perry’s Code Enforcement Board is prepared to fight the city council’s recent proposal to dissolve the board and replace it with a special magistrate.

Tonya Holton said Tuesday night she is working on an affidavit that would challenge the city’s action to dissolve the board and could lead to a citywide vote on the issue—a move that could wind up costing city taxpayers as much as $25,000.

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