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City racks debt up higher

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By Mark Scohier, Staff writer

Decrepit, dying vehicles can now be added to the list of things forcing Chiefland city commissioners to spend money the city doesn’t have.

Tacked onto a total of about $60,000 the city will have to cough up to fix mold problem at City Hall, is a loan for about $22,000 commissioners Monday unanimously agreed to taking out for the purchase of a new sewer department truck from a local auto dealer. The loan is to be paid back in 47 months at 2.17 percent interest.


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