Magistrates approve policy for use of county building
By Stephen Lega
Tuesday, November 11, 2008 at 7:00 pm
The recallable nickel was defeated at the polls last week, but Marion County officials want to find another way to make improvements at the Marion County Area Technology Center.
Magistrate John Arthur Elder III brought up the tech center during the Nov. 6 fiscal court meeting. He noted that the county brings in around $2 million from occupational taxes.
"Without that funding, this county would be in dire need," Elder said.
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