While some Gadsden projects sliced from budget, others accepted
By Alice Du Pont
Thursday, May 23, 2013 at 12:00 am (Updated: May 23, 12:01 am)
Gov. Rick Scott used the power of his veto pen Monday to put the skids to three Gadsden County projects which totaled $750,000.
The most expensive item to get the ax was the Gadsden County Sheriff’s Office request for a community and recreation enter for $400,000. Sheriff Morris Young said he needed the funds to purchase a former tomato warehouse off Bostick Road and begin transforming it into a multi-purpose family center geared toward recreation and education for youth.
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