Attorney Charles “Chip” Cary told the county commission if they continued the practice of running the county government as they have been in previous years, the county would go broke. Cary told the commissioners the county had been ‘borrowing from Peter to pay Paul’ and they would eventually run out of money.

‘Robbing Peter to pay Paul’

Commissioners received a strong message from Attorney Charles “Chip” Cary during the county commission meeting on Tuesday, September 16, as Cary warned commissioners if they did not take action, they would soon run out of money. Cary told the commission the county had been ‘robbing Peter to pay Paul’ for years.

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