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What's Happening NOW - 080520: The Meeting After the Meeting with Commissioner Hood Richardson

Welcome to BCN's new series "What's Happening NOW", a collection of informational, and, hopefully, entertaining programming, where we speak substantively to interesting and important people.


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Beaufort County Commissioner Hood Richardson: Above.    Click image to expand

    Beaufort County Commissioner Hood Richardson found a way, once again, to keep us informed and somewhat entertained as his explains the bold reality of governing as a Conservative amongst the political backdrop of the long years of Democratic Socialist /nominal Republican control. While this ongoing governmental malfeasance may be an economic ball and chain to the forgotten taxpayer, there are some light moments as often The Hood will reminiscence upon the farcical nature of this practice of bad governing with his long time friend and governing confidant Stan Deatherage, your host for today's episode.

Beaufort County Commissioner Hood Richardson explains the real truths of governing Beaufort County: Below.



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