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Following the swearing in ceremony, for Marion County officials elected in November, the Board of Supervisors held its annual organizational meeting. Supervisor Jim Kingery (center), who was just reelected to a second term, was chosen by his fellow Supervisors, Craig Agan (left) and newcomer Mark Raymie (right), to serve as the 2013 chairman. Agan, who is entering the third year of his first term on the board, was chosen to serve as vice-chair.

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