On the county’s desk, yep, $500k in requests from any and all types of non-profits in difficult budget times. As local governments wrestle with tough budget times, non-profits are finding that begging for taxpayer dollars is easier than raising money on their own.
What will the county do? The city has a similar dilemma, what will they do? No stories on this yet, but there will be. Here’s hoping the county does what’s best and let us actually support charities instead of being forced to.
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