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County Taps The Brakes On Future Projects As State Revenue In Flux

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County Clerk Jonathan McLean, right, goes over state revenue issues with County Commissioners Bob Elmore, left, and Dennis Knobloch.
County Clerk Jonathan McLean, right, goes over state revenue issues with County Commissioners Bob Elmore, left, and Dennis Knobloch.

By Joe Leicht The unanticipated consequences of the enduring Covid-19 contagion continue to emerge like mushrooms after a hard spring rain for Monroe County and its officials. Add to the closure of the courthouse to the public and a countywide hiring and spending freeze comes the latest: an extra layer of scrutiny before the county …

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