By LOUIS MELLINI
HAMILTON - The Marion County Commission will hold two public hearings in August and September, giving county offices and Marion County residents the opportunity to make suggestions on what rescue act monies should be used for.
The inception of the public hearings began with commission attorney Scott Hunt, who suggested that the commission hold the hearings in order to involve the public in the decision-making process.
The first meeting, which was held on Monday, Aug. 16, gave county officials and department heads the opportunity to make suggestions, and a second meeting to be held on Monday, Sept. 13, will be open to all county residents to make their suggestions known.
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