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Forrest Co. supes discuss rate increase, land purchases, Gold Star Monument

By BETH BUNCH,

A 5 percent increase on the county’s property, casualty and liability insurance was discussed during Monday’s meeting of the Forrest County Board of Supervisors. Roman Galey, representing SouthGroup Insurance Services, said the increase was one of the lowest based on performance across 58 counties.






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