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Darrell BeShears, former Pulaski County judge-executive, was one of nearly 200 people to attend Thursday's public meeting at the Pulaski County Public Library. The meeting was planned to answer concerns from people on both sides of a debate over higher tax rates, passed earlier this year by the library board, and what some are saying is a lack of oversight for the county's special taxing districts. State law suggests the library would cease to operate should the board be dissolved by petition due to the library's debt.

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