BRADENTON, Fla. — A new county commission in Jefferson County, Ala., will be seated Wednesday and is entrusted with resolving the continuing saga of how to deal with nearly $3.2 billion of variable- and auction-rate sewer warrants.

Voters on Tuesday elected two Democrats and three Republican to the five-member County Commission, the same party makeup that has existed the past four years. Four of the five are complete newcomers.

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