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County budget tops $8.9 million

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By Calen McKinney

Taylor County will operate with more money this fiscal year than last.

The County's 2008-2009 $8.9 million budget was unanimously given final approval by magistrates at a special Fiscal Court meeting Friday afternoon. Magistrates had first reading at the Court's regular May meeting.

The new budget is about $2.5 million more than last year's.

It includes $2.8 million to be collected in occupational taxes. According to the budget, about $1.4 million of that revenue will be distributed to the City, pursuant to an agreement that spells out how the money will be used.


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