Three months later, still talking about it

January 15, 2013
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In the November election, the Oconee County voters approved a binding referendum that gives county government greater flexibility when it comes to using public funds for sewer purposes. Three months after the vote, public officials are still talking about what it’ll mean. And Bob Winchester made reference to that during last night’s annual meeting of the Joint Regional Sewer Authority. The JRSA is the one public entity in Oconee County in the business of sewer. And Winchester, the authority executive director, says the JRSA is in talks with Scott Moulder, the county administrator, about the implications.

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