Committee members are recommending minor changes to nine of the county’s 10 districts in order to maintain balanced representation in the wake of new census data.

Meeting Tuesday evening for about two hours, a committee composed of one commissioner from each district agreed to send their plan, which affects residents on portions of 90 county roads, to the full legislative body for a vote October 18.

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