County Commissioners are set to vote later this month on a proposed $108 million budget for 2019-20 that includes a two percent property tax increase held in check by a dip into fund balance.

The final vote is scheduled for Thursday evening, June 27. The group will discuss the spending plan at a work session next Monday night.

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