By Alex Cummings
The Rockbridge County Board of Supervisors plans to work with about $700,000 less for the next fiscal year. Fiscal Services Director Steve Bolster says this number comes from the gap between the county’s anticipated revenue from taxes and the costs that local agencies and nonprofits want to spend. Still strapped for cash after the recent recession, some area nonprofits fear having to spread resources even more thinly to meet the growing needs of the community.
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