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County residents can expect to pay more for their government services in the future.
That was the message from Commission Chairman Joe Meek, who spoke Wednesday to the Chronicle’s editorial board.
“We’ve addressed the shortfall for this year,” Meek said, referring to the amount outstanding after Progress Energy/Duke Energy paid only a portion of its tax bill. “The closure of the nuclear plant is being built into next year’s budget.”
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