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County finishes year under budget

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Hasn't used reserves in nearly a decade

By Amber Coulter

The Hardin County government finished the past fiscal under budget, Judge-Executive Harry Berry said Friday.

The county ended the 2012-13 fiscal year with $438,094 more in revenue than expenses.

Of that, more than $124,000 was added to the county’s general reserves, more than $199,000 went to increasing E-911 reserves and $35,000 was added to Pearl Hollow Landfill’s escrow account to help with landfill closure activities expected to take place decades from now.


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