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LGF cutbacks yield fewer services

May 19, 2013
By MARK THOMAS - T-L Political Analyst , Times Leader

Ohio's Local Government Fund was created by the General Assembly in 1934 and a couple of others were created in the mid to late 1980's to help provide additional support to local government and to local library districts. In a nutshell, Ohio's local governments consist of counties, townships, cities and villages for current operating expenses, and they may use this money for any lawful expenditures for the government.

 
 

 

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