Property value drop stresses county budget


The Marion County Board of Supervisors is considering whether or not there will be an increase in taxes for the upcoming fiscal year that begins Oct. 1.

The board met Thursday with Charlie Prince, its certified public accountant, to discuss finances for July and also the upcoming year.

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