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Dip into surplus requires consent

Every year when budget preparation time rolls around Baker County commissioners agree that cash reserves should not be used to offset sagging revenues in order to balance the new budget. Yet year after year they have failed to meet that objective. Read More »

County will keep health insurance broker



Based on the possibility of getting lower health insurance rates for Baker County employees and gaining access to care at Fraser Memorial Hospital next year, the Baker County Commission agreed not to shop around for a new insurance broker after all. Read More »

County rescinds field lighting policy as ‘unfair’

Baker County officials have temporarily stopped requiring youth athletic groups to pay for the electricity used to power night lights in the wake of complaints from Little League and travel softball coaches. Read More »

Four license suspensions

A Macclenny man was arrested the night of February 3 for driving on a license that was suspended four times after he was pulled over for an inoperable brake light. Read More »

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