Fayette County officials are hoping that they can have employees take furlough days as they address budget issues.
Fayette County Board Chairman Steve Knebel said on Tuesday that he and other county officials are working on finalizing the county’s budget for the next fiscal year, “and it doesn’t look good.”
Right now, he said, the budget has a $258,000 deficit.
Knebel said that the board has asked the unions representing county employees to have each employee take 12 furlough days in the coming year.
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