Williston's elected leaders can't seem to get along. They've just hired a new city attorney and are saying goodbye to their city manager, but not until they decide on his severance pay. A special meeting was called this morning to finalize the release amount for city manager Marcus Collins, but old business got in the way. There was finger-pointing, accusations, and yelling. Williston has had a rough couple of months, but it seems their biggest problem may be the one going on between city leaders.
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