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      Hall County Board Faces Decision on Excess Revenue

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      GRAND ISLAND, Neb. (AP) — Hall County officials have what other county officials might say is a happy problem: what to do with excess revenue.

      Spend the $695,000 on maintenance and other needs? Cut the tax levy?

      The questions arose this year because the county has an estimated $432 million in new property valuation on the books.

      Supervisor Gary Quandt said at the board meeting Wednesday that if the county can cut the levy a little, "I'd like to head in that direction."

      Supervisors decided to wait until their Aug. 25 budget meeting to determine whether to cut the levy.
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