by Kurt Hildebrand

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December 13, 2012
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County explores new means to prepare budgets

The county's code enforcement office wasn't doing very well. It had lost both of its officers, and the county was under pressure to enforce a variety of rules.

But one of the rules it wasn't under any pressure to enforce was the home occupation permit. The cost of the permits wasn't covering the cost of the program. There wasn't any controversy dealing with home businesses in the county.

So, according to County Manager Steve Mokrohisky, Community Development Director Mimi Moss and her staff decided to ask commissioners to delete the requirement, allowing the code enforcement officer to pursue a far …

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The Record Courier Updated Dec 13, 2012 07:19PM Published Dec 13, 2012 01:38PM Copyright 2012 The Record Courier. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.