From left, Wake County Board of County Commissioners Vice Chair Joe Bryan, Chair Phil Matthews and Commissioner Rich Gianni listen along with the other four commissioners Monday afternoon as Wake EMS Medical Director Dr. Brent Myers, left foreground, and RN Sue Lynn Ledford, Wake Public Health Division director, present an overview of West Africa’s 2014 outbreak and the preparations and response activities Wake County has taken thus far. Several of the seven commissioners had questions for the directors during the regularly scheduled meeting of the board in downtown Raleigh Monday.
From left, Wake County Board of County Commissioners Vice Chair Joe Bryan, Chair Phil Matthews and Commissioner Rich Gianni listen along with the other four commissioners Monday afternoon as Wake EMS Medical Director Dr. Brent Myers, left foreground, and RN Sue Lynn Ledford, Wake Public Health Division director, present an overview of West Africa’s 2014 outbreak and the preparations and response activities Wake County has taken thus far. Several of the seven commissioners had questions for the directors during the regularly scheduled meeting of the board in downtown Raleigh Monday. hlynch@newsobserver.com
From left, Wake County Board of County Commissioners Vice Chair Joe Bryan, Chair Phil Matthews and Commissioner Rich Gianni listen along with the other four commissioners Monday afternoon as Wake EMS Medical Director Dr. Brent Myers, left foreground, and RN Sue Lynn Ledford, Wake Public Health Division director, present an overview of West Africa’s 2014 outbreak and the preparations and response activities Wake County has taken thus far. Several of the seven commissioners had questions for the directors during the regularly scheduled meeting of the board in downtown Raleigh Monday. hlynch@newsobserver.com

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