The Board of Supervisors met for three days last week to hear recommendations by county departments that must pitch in to help close a projected budgetary gap of $5.6 million over the next two years. 

The purpose of the hearings, County Administrator Matthew Hymel said, was for the board to review the recommendations—meant to . . .

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