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 Singing River Health System CEO Kevin Holland, center, with new SRHS trustees members Jeffrey Belk, left, and Don Barron. They participated in the Board of Trustees' first open meeting, after the state legislature passed a law was last year mandating open meetings.
KAREN NELSON/SUN HERALD Singing River Health System CEO Kevin Holland, center, with new SRHS trustees members Jeffrey Belk, left, and Don Barron. They participated in the Board of Trustees' first open meeting, after the state legislature passed a law was last year mandating open meetings.
KAREN NELSON/SUN HERALD Singing River Health System CEO Kevin Holland, center, with new SRHS trustees members Jeffrey Belk, left, and Don Barron. They participated in the Board of Trustees' first open meeting, after the state legislature passed a law was last year mandating open meetings.

First time in history: SRHS board meeting, business open to spectators

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