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The issue of Jim Ryans serving on the Roane County Board of Public Utilities and the Roane County Election Commission became moot locally when he resigned from the utilities board in July 2012.
Before he stepped down, state officials had sought an opinion on the matter from Tennessee Attorney General Robert E. Cooper Jr.
Cooper finally issued one last week.
“A member of the Roane County Election Commission may not serve as a member of the Roane County Board of Public Utilities,” the opinion said.
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