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Payroll up nearly $220,000 in proposed county budget

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Plan leaves fiscal court with no surplus money

By BEN CARLSON

Magistrates will vote next Tuesday on a county budget that features a $220,000 increase in salary and benefits and leaves the fiscal court with no surplus revenue in its general fund, according to Judge-Executive Orbrey Gritton.

The proposed budget, which has already passed on a first reading and is scheduled for a second and final reading Tuesday, also discontinues the fiscal court setting aside funds for a swimming pool.

Judge-Executive Orbrey Gritton said Friday that the lack of surplus revenue is a concern.


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