If new form of government can reign them in, current fiscal court should be able to do the same
Wednesday, August 24, 2011 at 1:26 pm
Taxpayers can’t afford to wait what could be five years to fix what Judge-Executive John Wayne Conway accurately describes as the county’s “out-of-control” taxing districts.
During last Tuesday’s meeting of the city council and fiscal court, our elected officials made the first step in what will be a five-year process of merging together. (See story, A1.)
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