Facilities, it's time: County's capital budget includes other priorities, but schools should be at topAnyone who thinks the county is brave enough to ask its citizens to finance more than $280 million in capital improvements has been sitting out in the sun too long. The list of projects released in the last couple...
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By Renee Carey
Published in Editorials on November 27, 2010 10:40 PM