The county is boosting funds for mental-health services, roads and affordable housing, among other items. This week, the Board of Supervisors held final budget hearings and approved a $540 million budget, a four percent increase from last year, that prioritized six areas in need of additional funds; those areas include pensions, technology and the implementation of a five . . .

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