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About 30 people gathered Thursday to tell Warren County supervisors how they preferred to move forward on plans for a county Justice Center.

Warren County residents will vote Nov 5 on whether to spend an extra $3.5 million on a justice center on the Indianola Square.

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Warren County Supervisors Aaron DeKock, District 1 Supervisor

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Warren County Supervisor Crystal McIntyre, District 2 Supervisor

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Warren County Supervisor Doug Shull, District 3 Supervisor

(3) comments

DHickman

I agree! My taxes have increased by almost $1000 in 2 years and now they want more! Find an architect that will come in on budget! It is ridiculous and it’s hurting our community. I am embarrassed for people to come and visit our town!


tonytoigosr

About the only thing missing in this mess is someone saying Mexico will pay for it.


retired

I would love to see an investigation into where our tax dollars have gone in the last couple of decades since they obviously haven’t gone for roads, courthouse or 911 system.


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