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Chiefland financial woes too big to ignore

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By Mark Scohier

Years of tax cuts, falling property values and unexpected expenses have finally caught up to the City of Chiefland.“The city’s going broke,” Chiefland Police Chief Robert Douglas told commissioners and a room full of concerned citizens at the year’s first budget meeting Monday night. “Let’s be realistic. If this continues, the state’s going to come in and take over. “Douglas, who wasn’t the only department head or voice from the audience to express concern, wasn’t exaggerating.


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