Mount Gilead Town Commissioners heard from three local citizens in their public forum time Tuesday night.
Woodrow Steele spoke about relations between the Mount Gilead Police and some young people in the town, Patty Almond expressed a desire to see the town’s voter rolls cleaned up, and George Knight shared his experience of working with Mayor Earl Poplin to improve race relations and his fear that some of that progress could be lost.
Previously, WMTG has aired excerpts of comments made during the Commissioners’ public forum time. Moving forward, we have decided to air such comments in their entirety. Listen for the Mount Gilead Public Forum, which will air on WMTG twice this weekend, Saturday morning at 7:00 a.m., and Sunday night at 9:00 p.m.