Officials decide against $2 million bond issue; road maintenance still a concern




GREENFIELD — Income taxes in Hancock County will decrease slightly next year and a controversial bond will not be issued after all.

The Hancock County Council held a lengthy debate Wednesday morning about how to fix the county’s aging roads but at the same time keep taxes down for residents.

Decisions made in the meeting essentially flipped what officials had been discussing for the last two months. The result is that there will be more money in the pockets of taxpayers.

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