Randolph County Feeling Heat For Keeping Monument

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Not dying down: Confederate monument remains on courthouse, in the thoughts of Randolph County residents

(Courier-Tribune) While some officials had hoped public outcry would die down in the weeks following county commissioners’ decision to keep Randolph’s Confederate monument, the issue continues to be a point of contention among residents.
For the fourth consecutive month, residents have used the public comment section of commissioners’ regular sessions to criticize the Confederate monument’s continued presence in front of the historic courthouse on Worth Street.
Public comments are held at the beginning of most regular sessions. In recent months, county officials have strictly adhered to the 15-minute time allotment for public all public comments…Read the rest at the Courier-Tribune