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Improvement plans keep county prepared

 In an attempt to be better prepared for the future, the Barton County Commission Monday morning approved funding the county’s capital improvement and equipment replacement plans.
By approving the 2014 operating budget when it met Monday, the commission included cash transfers to the five-year plans to be set aside for major expenses. Both are tweaked every year during the budgeting season.
“They are becoming a better planning tool,” County Administrator Richard Boeckman said. “They aren’t just a wish list anymore” and include feasible, realistic projects.
Capital improvement involves projected maintenance and remodeling of county buildings, and major modifications ...


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