Last night the Glynn County Commission suspended their Animal Control Advisory Board for six months because the board does not have enough members to hold a meeting. Glynn County administrative staff has been advertising for volunteer members without success since August of last year. Commissioner Mike Browning wanted to disband the Animal Control board altogether because he said controversy surrounding the department in recent years has deterred people from applying. The commission chose instead to suspend the board, giving themselves six months to fix it.
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