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Just moments after being told by their highway foreman that water and gas lines for a new recycling building were about to be completed, fiscal court magistrates admittedly had more questions than answers about how, or if, that building will actually be built.
The building, which was to be the centerpiece of the county’s burgeoning recycling program, has become a sore spot for magistrates after bids for it came in at more than twice the $325,000 they voted to spend to have it built.
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