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Warnings from the judge-executive about the possibility of having to lay off county employees and serious budgetary shortfalls didn’t stop magistrates from ordering him to pay down debt on the county park.
Magistrates voted unanimously last Tuesday morning to use $40,000 in annual rent the county receives from the Extension District to make principle payments on the debt.
The move enforces a 2008 fiscal court decision to use the rent to pay the debt after magistrates allowed the Extension to become its own taxing district.
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