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Editorial: Know your Mathews supervisors

Nearly two months after voters cast their ballots on Election Day, the Mathews County Board of Supervisors is set for 2020. The outcome was in doubt (at least the third four-year seat up for election), until a Dec. 27 recount finally settled the issue, with Jackie Ingram holding on to win over G.C. Morrow by only four votes. Ingram is one of three new members on this year’s board, along with Paul Hudgins and Melissa Mason. They will be joining Mike Rowe (who won a separate special election in November to fill the remaining two years of a seat held by Pepper Love, who resigned abruptly last February) and Amy Dubois to complete the five-member board tasked with charting the course for the county in the coming year. The first big issue facing the Mathews County Board of Supervisors will be coming up with its 2020-2021 budget. Last year, supervisors approved a tax increase of 7 cents on the real estate levy in part to fund a 13 percent raise for teachers and other school employees. The s...

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