The budget will not be the only request on the Montgomery County Commissioners agenda next Tuesday evening. The Rev. Demond Hairston, president of the NAACP, appeared before the board in August requesting the board declare racism as a public health crisis in the county. In addition, a resolution will be presented asking for the removal of the Confederate flag inscription for the War Memorial that stands in front of the courthouse.
To read the full story see the September 9th edition of Montgomery Herald.