County looks at ways to cut costs




GREENFIELD — A run-down swivel chair or a troublesome copy machine might have to wait a year or two to be replaced as county officials try to curb costs of capital expenses ranging from office furniture to technology.

The Hancock County Commissioners began the tedious task last week of asking nearly every department head in the county what items they had planned to replace this year and what they can live without.

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