August 1, 2014

EDITORIAL: Bibb/Moroe border war goes on, and on, and on

The only thing that’s adding up in the border war between Bibb and Monroe counties are the legal bills. The dispute that came to a boil in 2004 after then-Bibb County Commission Chairman Charlie Bishop and Monroe Chairman Harold Carlisle decided to leave the 12.5 mile border between the two counties alone. Bibb’s commissioners agreed. Monroe commissioners did not. A decade later, the Hatfields and McCoys are still going at it.

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