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Members of the Anderson County Board of Health are calling into question the legality of health director Brandon Hurley’s decision to purchase $63,000 in new furniture without seeking bids.
Board member Harold Todd questioned Hurley about the decision during last Wednesday’s board of health meeting, saying it was apparent to him that Hurley should have bid on the furniture.
Todd read that state statute that outlines when and if bids should be sought for purchases, saying that it is required for items purchased in excess of $20,000.
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