Correction |


Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado

In the Dec. 14 edition of the Post Independent, an article incorrectly reported information concerning Garfield County’s budget for 2010.

The budget, which was adopted Monday, represents a 1.3 percent decrease when compared with the 2009 budget.

In addition, the budget calls for a little more than $70 million in property tax revenues, and $78 million in total tax revenues, which includes sales taxes and specific ownership taxes.

The 2010 revenues are anticipated to be a 15-percent increase over the 2009 adopted budget.

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