After 17 years in debt, Blount County...

After 17 years in debt, Blount County has now paid in full

There are 2 comments on the ABC 33/40 story from Jul 15, 2011, titled After 17 years in debt, Blount County has now paid in full. In it, ABC 33/40 reports that:

At the Sculptor Room in downtown Oneonta no topic is off limits. "Somebody wants to know something, they come to the barber shop pretty much," Patrick Bryant said.

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#1 Jul 21, 2011
This is awesome!! JeffCo needs to take some lessons.:-)

Oneonta, AL

#2 Jul 25, 2011
does that mean that our taxes will go down or maybe they will funnel some money into the school system imean maybe they could buy there own cleaning supplys of heaven forbid maybe buy up some land down towards the interstate an try to get in some industry aw who am i kidding just wishfull thinking i suppose that extra money will be better suited in the pockets of our local politicians cause i'd say thats where it will start goin who am i kidding NOBODY

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