It is estimated that by closing the Sherman Highway Department buidling during the summer months, around $150,000 would be saved by the county.
About a month ago, an announcement was made that the shop could be closing during the summer months in order to save money. The proposal was announced following the retirement of a district supervisor.
George Spanos, county public facilities director, said the county was looking at the possibility of eliminating the supervisor position. By doing so, it could save around $110,000.
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