BCC celebrates Habitat, takes up bike path plan, ballot language, amendments and development proposals [PREMIUM CONTENT]

WITH A CEREMONIAL check, the county commission joins Habitat for Humanity Walton County Executive Director Teresa Imdieke in recognizing over $160,000 in property taxes paid by Habitat for Humanity homeowners in Walton County over the 19-year period the organization has been operating within the county From left: Cecilia Jones, Sara Comander, Imdieke, Bill Chapman, and Tony Anderson. (Photo by Dotty Nist)
By DOTTY NIST The Walton County Board of County Commissioners (BCC) worked through a varied agenda at their Feb. 13 regular meeting at the South Walton
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