It was once part of Marshall County, but somehow, many years ago, got transferred to the Jackson County tax rolls.

Now District 2 Commissioner Rick Watson is seeking to return the approximately 60 acres to Marshall County. He has already talked to some of the residents and to the Jackson County Commission about it.

He will hold a public meeting to discuss transferring part of the Holiday Shores Subdivision from Jackson County to Marshall County on Tuesday, January 21, at 6 p.m. at Broken Arrow off Highway 79-N.

“The property in question is completely encompassed by Marshall County and is currently served by Marshall County departments and schools,” Watson said.

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