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Chelan County Commissioners begin a series a budget hearings this week, with the first one getting underway tomorrow (Wednesday). they start off with the Superior Court judges and the Law Library at 8 am. Of course, the hope is the county will have enough money to cover its needs, but Commissioner Tiffany Gering says they're not expecting an increase in available income for the county:

Gering hopes the county can keep everyone on staff:

The commissioners have a full day of budget hearings tomorrow, with ten scheduled. They include the regional justice center, and juvenile detention, the coroners, assessors, and natural resources departments. Thursday's hearings include the district court and public works, as well as noxious weeds, the treasurer and community development. Budget hearings will conclude Friday with WSU Extension and the sheriff's office.

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