Hardin County’s new Economic Development Department has $192,000 in its coffers following action by the Board of Supervisors on Wednesday.

The supervisors held a public hearing before voting unanimously to approve a resolution moving the money to the new fund. Board Chair Renee McClellan said that when the supervisors budgeted for the new county economic development position earlier this year, they put the funding for that position - $80,000 - in the supervisors’ budget.

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