Budget passed despite objections

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By Bryan Marshall

The unanimous vote approving the 2014-15 county budget was quick June 2, but not before some displeasure was expressed with sheriff’s office funding.
Judge-Executive Darrell Link was set to ask for a motion to approve the second and final reading of the 2014-15 budget as Sheriff Chuck Dills spoke up.
“I just wish we had the opportunity to go over this budget with you as we have in past years,” Dills said to the fiscal court. “There is some concerns of some shortfalls that I wish we could have addressed with the court.”

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