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Crowdis: County budget 'on target'

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County Administrator Richard Crowdis County Administrator Richard Crowdis
County Commissioners say they are on target for the first three months of this year's budget County Commissioners say they are on target for the first three months of this year's budget
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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Dougherty County Commissioners held a meeting to discuss the budget this morning.

The first quarterly report for the County's General Fund, Special Services District Fund and Solid Waste shows the county in good shape.

County Commissioners say they are on target for the first three months of this year's budget.

They expect this trend to continue but plan to continue to monitor the budget closely.

County Administrator Richard Crowdis also says the recent millage increase has really helped them make ends meet.  

"We're on target at this point and time with the revenue generated and expenditures," said Crowdis.

County Commissioners will continue to meet every Monday to continue budget talks.

 

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