|Published: 2:46 PM, 01/25/2013
Author: Reed Johnson
Source: The Herald-News
After spending on average nearly $705,000 in fuel each year, county finance officials are hoping that cracking down on county employees’ fuel cards will help cut spending in the coming years.
At a finance committee meeting on Wednesday, Rhea County Finance Director Bill Graham said that by reviewing county employees’ fuel card use, the county could conceivably cut spending.
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