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Dare commissioners meet in special sessions on opioid settlement, sale of Home Health and Hospice

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In July, Dare’s commissioners have held two special meetings, one dealing with the opioid crisis and the other with modifications to the asset purchase agreement to sell Dare Home Health and Hospice to BrightSpring.

Meeting on Opioid Settlement:

On June 2, 2021, six commissioners gathered.

County manager Robert L. Outten announced that the commissioners needed to consider a bankruptcy court settlement in the Perdue Pharma case. Outten asked for a closed session to protect the attorney-client privilege.

The session lasted nine minutes. Outten announced

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