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One health board member is angry that the health department is leaving Main Street.
Another questioned why the board OK’d a new $2.1 million building near Wal-Mart just months after a state officials advised against it.
Keith Klink, a pharmacist whose family has operated a drug store on Main Street for decades, said the deciding factor for him was a comment Health Director Brandon Hurley made about potential fallout of the health department leaving Main Street.
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