Anti annexation residents packed a room in February at a Midlands Tech campus to voice their rejection of Columbia’s plan to annex homes and businesses more aggressively. The crowd wouldn’t let the city’s annexation coordinator, standing in the background, finish his presentation on the benefits of becoming residents of Columbia.
Anti annexation residents packed a room in February at a Midlands Tech campus to voice their rejection of Columbia’s plan to annex homes and businesses more aggressively. The crowd wouldn’t let the city’s annexation coordinator, standing in the background, finish his presentation on the benefits of becoming residents of Columbia. Clif LeBlanc FILE PHOTOGRAPH
Anti annexation residents packed a room in February at a Midlands Tech campus to voice their rejection of Columbia’s plan to annex homes and businesses more aggressively. The crowd wouldn’t let the city’s annexation coordinator, standing in the background, finish his presentation on the benefits of becoming residents of Columbia. Clif LeBlanc FILE PHOTOGRAPH

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