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Commissioners Discuss 2013 Budget

Story By: Greg Heindel

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  Original Published: 1/15/2013

The Richland County Commissioners discussed the 2013 budgets with the prosecutor's office and veteran services commission Tuesday.

Prosecutor James Mayer Junior is requesting $1.4-million, most of which pays for his 26-member staff including thirteen attorneys.

Veteran Services Commission Director Tony Delong is seeking $541,000, an additional $9000 over last year to give small raises to his seven-member staff.

But he also expects to save 10% on gasoline by driving fewer veterans to the V-A hospital in Cleveland, after the new V-A clinic in Mansfield opens in May.  

 The commissioners expect to have a general fund budget of $25 to $29-million this year, although the budget commission has not yet certified the amount of revenue. 
$29-million was spent last year. 

   
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