The Mohave County Board of Supervisors plans to revise the dress code for people attending its meetings at the county seat in Kingman.
The Mohave Daily News reports that the board has directed county staff to revise the dress code for attending board meetings and to prepare a shorter version.
Supervisor Hildy Angius says she had a problem with banning people wearing a flag on their shirt or hat, while Supervisor Joy Brotherton says she's confident that the public will dress decently at board meetings.
The board also started reviewing security policies for county buildings, including whether to reverse a ban on taking guns into the administration building.
The supervisors directed staff to evaluate whether guns should be allowed in the administration building. Guns were banned there in March 2010.
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