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Letter to the Editor 8-16
Better infrastructure would help our county
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TO THE EDITOR:Warren County's population has grown from about 38,000 in year 2000 to about 40,000 today -- an annual growth rate of approximately 0.3 percent. In the past 15 years, the county has not had a tax increase.Some may look at this as the familiar "chicken and egg" problem - which came first. I know this much: you can't have a chicken without an egg, and you can't have an egg without a chicken.So I believe that we can't have growth of an educated, middle-class population without desirable infrastructure -- good schools, roads, libraries, public parks and lands -- without taxes.