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Topic - Joe Murray
Auditor Joe Murray said FWP wasn't violating any statutes but "given the ongoing funding issues that the block management program is having, we don't believe it makes good business sense to continue paying these landowners."
Murray says once the program gets going full-time, the county may install convenience stations for people who may not have the ability to have curbside pickup.