Commissioners voted to authorize two bond issuances and $8 million in spending, tacked onto an existing $104 million contract for energy conservation measures at county buildings. Both votes were divided. Delayed after a long morning of consent calendar items and more than three hours focused on the Assessor’s office, commissioners skipped consideration of the Technology and Audit committee agendas we previewed on Tuesday.

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