Grafton County holds line on social services spending to keep tax hike to 2.51%

Ladd pointed out that Grafton County spends more than $5 per capita on the social service agency requests, higher than most other counties in the state. "This has to stop somewhere," he said. "I prefer to lower the tax rate and keep people in their homes," Ladd concluded.


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