Medina County revenues break pre-recession record
Medina County saw record-breaking revenue growth in 2016, indicating that the county has regained its pre-recession economic health. County Auditor Mike Kovack recently released the county's general fund revenues for last year, which came in at $38,388,084 - just barely eclipsing the prior record of $38,299,783 set in 2007.
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#1 Jan 16, 2017
So it looks like Medina County is having an expenditure problem, not a revenue problem?
#2 Jul 22, 2017
So how come the commissioners are whining about their revenues?!!!!! Maybe it's just more of their mismanagement. Doesn't the one commissioner hold a FULL TIME job in Lorain County? How is it he's even a commissioner pulling down a big salary. That seems scandalous.
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