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What You Need to Know: A financial crisis narrative has emerged, with the Board questioning whether it is fiscally prudent to operate independently. The Board is exploring cooperative agreements with nearby counties. The scope of services to be transferred has not been shared. The report includes financial information obtained from the Auditor's Office through a Freedom of Information Act request.
What You Need to Know: During public comments Mr. Flaiz explains why he believes recent budget actions by the Board of County Commissioners may have violated the Open Meeting Act. Mr. Walder discusses the possibility of a court viewing the cuts to ADP's budget as an act of retaliation.
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