Cash-strapped governments turn to special districts
By Melissa Maynard Stateline
Published October 3, 2013 11:56 am
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Voters were upset about how much so-called "special districts" were costing them. "People said, 'My sanitation district has raised my rates 60 percent,'" Edelen said. "When I went and asked the county executives about it, I got: 'They don't work for me.'"