Code Enforcement Board takes final bow

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By ANGELA M. CASTELUCCI / Staff writer

The City of Perry Code Enforcement Board met for the final time Monday night, Oct. 7, in what might be one of the shortest municipal board meetings on record.

It was just two minutes from the opening gavel to the final order of business for the board, which has been dissolved by the Perry City Council and replaced by a special magistrate.

PHOTO: Attorney Leenette McMillan-Fredriksson, who was hired by the Perry City Council to serve as its special magistrate replacing the city’s Code Enforcement Board, presided over her first slate of cases Monday evening.

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