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County officials consider 10 Commandments monument

Gilchrist County native Jason Jones speaks in favor of a Ten Commandments monument on Monday.

Gilchrist County native Jason Jones speaks in favor of a Ten Commandments monument on Monday.

Would you like to see a Ten Commandments monument placed on the corner of State Road 26 and US 129 near the traffic light in Trenton? Please attend a special workshop on Monday, June 8 at 6 p.m. inside the County Commission Meeting Room to voice your opinion.

Dixie County resident Joe Anderson has offered to cover the cost of a Ten Commandments monument to be placed near the busy intersection, as well as paying for any legal expenses that might arise if the monument is challenged, reported Commissioner D. Ray Harrison, Jr. Commissioner Kenrick Thomas said on Monday that it’s time for Christians to take a stand for what they believe in.

What do you think? Go to gilchristcountyjournal.net and vote on this week’s poll.

 

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