The three commissioners who head the county’s Board of Review said they are out of fat to cut from their budget. They were one of only a couple of offices that did not propose any cuts to help fill the $200 million budget shortfall. The group argued they have already made a 5% reduction to their expenditures, maintained headcount while property tax appeals skyrocketed, and that they run an efficient office that saves the county money.

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