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After beginning 2012 with nearly $200,000 in operating deficits and a strained relationship with the Anderson County community over spending habits, the Anderson County Board of Health ended the year with a profitable health department and a new health director.
After the health board had spent nearly all of its cash reserve funds to prevent massive layoffs or a tax hike, former health director Hurley was placed on probation and had his position reduced to part-time status in 2011.
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