Browning Wants JWSC Selection Changes

Glynn County Commissioner Mike Browning, who represents the county on the Joint Water and Sewer Commission, is not happy with the way JWSC members are appointed. Browning believes that while the JWSC does not govern the county, it is a government entity and should be made up entirely of elected officials. Currently the JWSC membership is made up of three members appointed by the Grand Jury, two elected by the public, one city commissioner and one county commissioner. 

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