As state government officials gleefully watch tax-generated revenue fill Georgia's coffers at a pace eclipsing last year's rate of tax collections, Hall County administrators also point to increased collections. But they stopped short of predicting being on track to hit their targeted $96.95 million revenue budget for fiscal year ending June 30, 2017.
December 30, 2016|
By CARLOS GALARZA
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