A quiet conclusion
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A little after 8 p.m. last Tuesday, Dusty Zeigler gave a short rap of the gavel and concluded the regular meeting of the Effingham County Board of Commissioners. It also was very likely, barring something unforeseen in the next couple of weeks, his last act as the first elected at-large chairman.His successor, Wendall Kessler, was in attendance, as was incoming 1st District Commissioner Forrest Floyd. Outgoing 1st District Commissioner Bob Brantley was not in attendance for what would have been his final meeting after four years on the board.It was a calm, fairly benign, though lengthy, end to Zeigler’s term as chairman. There was no acrimony from any of the commissioners, no posturing or grandstanding to be found. There was no executive session to go into, either, so the close of regular business was the end of the meeting, no fanfare, no hoopla.


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