Sewer vote surprise

November 7, 2012
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Referenda often fail as quickly as they are proposed. But the results of the General Election in Oconee run counter to that theory. Among the ballot questions that passed that has caused surprise was the question to allow county government to apply tax money to sewer projects. Already the question asked is what happens next? County Administrator Scott Moulder said this morning he’s unsure and has sent County Attorney Tom Martin an email seeking an answer.

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