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With roughly 75 citizens staring them down, the Anderson County Board of Health voted against raising its tax rate for the coming fiscal year during its meeting last Wednesday night.
In doing so, the board approved spending $160,000 of its dwindling cash reserves during the year to make up for a projected revenue shortfall. That will allow the health department to operate at its current staffing level and not reduce services.
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