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Although there was no action for the commissioners court to take on the matter, the first part of Tuesday’s meeting of the Dawson County Commissioners Court was dominated by discussion of a possible disaster declaration for the county due to the COVID-19 situation. County Judge Foy O’Brien said he mainly wanted to inform the commissioners court of the situation and get any input they might provide. O’Brien has the authority to, if needed, declare a state of disaster for Dawson County due to a public health emergency. He noted, however, that as of Tuesday afternoon the county has not had any confirmed cases ...

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Lamesa Press-Reporter

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Lamesa, TX 79331