Website Plans Move Forward

| March 22, 2013 | 11:58 pm
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The Saline County Commissioners met last week with two different companies interested in building their website. Click to hear KMZU’s Mike Stone speak with Southern Commissioner Monte Fenner:

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They’ve been working on it for about a year, but didn’t have the funds for a website they’d be happy with.  They plan to decide on a company to represent the County during next Tuesday’s session.

“We’re looking forward to having a website and having it developed,” said Fenner, “We’re one of the few counties who haven’t had that accomplished yet, but we hope to in the very near future.”

The Commission expects it will take several weeks to complete construction of the site, and hopes to have it online sometime in May.

The Commission met Thursday with Marshall Mayor Mark Gooden and City Adminstrator Connie Latimer.  They endorsed the out-of-state use tax that will be on April’s ballot.  It would bring in an estimated $50,000 for the City.  A use tax was passed for the County during the November vote.  They received their first check from out-of-state sales last month.

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