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County won't have to borrow money

The county has more money in its fund balance than it realized.
Warren County commissioners were considering taking out a $225,000 interest-bearing capital outlay note to pay for improvements to the courthouse, health department and jail.
However, after realizing they had enough money in their budget to finance the improvements without taking out a loan, the county now plans to use money already in its account.
“They didn’t know how much money they had left in the budget,” said Commissioner Michael Martin. There is $750,000 sitting in there. Why would we need to finance $250,000 when ...

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