Fernandina Observer

For several years now, Citizens for a Better Nassau County has predicted and warned that our county’s poor fiscal planning and discipline would eventually come home to roost. While several naysayers crowed about an alleged positive financial condition of the county, we pointed out the huge capital project deficits, deferred capital maintenance, fully depreciated assets, insufficient impact fees, the 5+ year period when there was a moratorium on collecting any impact fees, the earlier failure to reinstate the fuel user fee and dwindling reserves raided for operating costs.

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