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went to probate court may 26th,waiting room was full,apparently all were there for GWL.filled out the form,payed the renewal fee ($30- thank you GCO),also paid $1 for a temporary because my current license expired on the 13th of June.

new license issued 6/1/16 and arrived 6/7/16 \\:D/
 

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much better than before GCO
10 years ago it took a little over 90 days(the law said 60 days but they hardly ever complied until THE HAMMER had a few words with the JUDGE
 

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I voted for Frank too. He was backed/endorsed by Holly Springs former police chief Ken Ball. I like Ken (he signed my Form 1 w/o hesitation), but the rest of the dept leaves a bit to be desired.
 

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I voted for Frank too. He was backed/endorsed by Holly Springs former police chief Ken Ball. I like Ken (he signed my Form 1 w/o hesitation), but the rest of the dept leaves a bit to be desired.
Yes, and out-going sheriff, Garrison, also endorsed Frank. That, also, had a lot to do with my own vote.
 

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I voted for Frank too. He was backed/endorsed by Holly Springs former police chief Ken Ball. I like Ken (he signed my Form 1 w/o hesitation), but the rest of the dept leaves a bit to be desired.
Ball has also been tapped to become Chief Deputy. Frank is a good man, and he will be a good sheriff.
 

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Sorry to see Garrison go. Reynolds seemed to have the combination of all the right experience, training, and the cleanest record according to a review of POST records publicly available.
 
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