Source: The Corydon Democrat

October 10, 2013 | 12:49 PM

They're not borrowing $2.5 million, if you read the article. They're using money from the $60 million the county has invested in the foundation to avoid raising taxes and continue to provide the level of government services citizens in the county have come to expect.

That's what that money is there for. The other party liked to raid that money to construct new government buildings that the county can't afford to maintain.

Would you rather pay high taxes? Would you rather the roads not get maintained at all? What would you like to cut, outside of the raises for county employees? Even if the raises are not given out, that's a lot of cutting. What would you cut?