Smaller budget could spell longer wait at court clerks' offices

There are 2 comments on the Daytona Beach News-Journal Online story from Jun 30, 2012, titled Smaller budget could spell longer wait at court clerks' offices. In it, Daytona Beach News-Journal Online reports that:

A million dollars in budget cuts plus a flood of foreclosures and traffic fines could add up to longer waits and other slow-downs for those doing business in Volusia and Flagler county clerk of court offices.

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Justin Gates

Ormond Beach, FL

#1 Jul 2, 2012
Steve Delaroche is the ONLY candidate who is prepared with a plan to accept these budget cuts and provide MORE service in the Clerk of the Court office. See him speak and you will understand the ways to cut hundreds of thousands of dollars from the budget....AND provide vastly better service. The incumbent maintains wasteful and ridiculously outdated items that were good ideas 20 years ago when she took office...she needs to go and have 21st century ideas in place to follow Federal mandates to go paperless through the court system. Things as simple as downloadable forms (hard to believe NOT there now!), no seperate CofC attorney, help screens, etc. See why most every judge and attorney in town supports the initiatives Steve DeLaroche is putting forward. Get on the bus and ride with the winner! Volusia County will be the big winner this August during the Republican primary when Mr. DeLaroche takes office....
joe

Lady Lake, FL

#2 Jul 3, 2012
Justin Gates wrote:
Steve Delaroche is the ONLY candidate who is prepared with a plan to accept these budget cuts and provide MORE service in the Clerk of the Court office. See him speak and you will understand the ways to cut hundreds of thousands of dollars from the budget....AND provide vastly better service. The incumbent maintains wasteful and ridiculously outdated items that were good ideas 20 years ago when she took office...she needs to go and have 21st century ideas in place to follow Federal mandates to go paperless through the court system. Things as simple as downloadable forms (hard to believe NOT there now!), no seperate CofC attorney, help screens, etc. See why most every judge and attorney in town supports the initiatives Steve DeLaroche is putting forward. Get on the bus and ride with the winner! Volusia County will be the big winner this August during the Republican primary when Mr. DeLaroche takes office....
Message to anyone that gets on this bus, make _Sure_ somebody throws R.J. Larissa under-it!!!!

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