County's bank debt paid, general fund low
by Michele Longoworth, Planet Reporter
Feb 15, 2012 | 1241 views | 0 0 comments | 16 16 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Massac County Comissioners received copies of officeholder budgets for 2012 at Tuesday morning's meeting to begin the budgeting process for this year.

Massac County Clerk John Taylor distributed copies of the proposed budgets for 2012 to the board members, telling them those were all of the budgets, except his, which he still needed to fill out.

Massac County Treasurer Floyd Sullivan brought to the commissioners this week's county general fund, which as of Tuesday morning had $79,069. He told the board the $350,000 the county had borrowed from the bank in late 2011 had been paid off. But, the county still owes $150,000 that has to be paid back to the tuberculosis fund from when the county dipped into that fund in June 2011.

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