Beltrami County gears up to reform government
Beltrami County government needs long-term reform, not just a balanced budget, commissioners said Tuesday.
"My frustration ... is that the state talks of spending priorities but wants to take 7.9 percent across the board," County Board Chairman Jim Lucachick said. "We can do a budget in 15 minutes that way."
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